Fulfilling needs of Tatmadaw members under correct leadership and fair administration to forge military unity

Vice-Senior General Soe Win called for emphasizing military unity by fulfilling the needs of Tatmadaw members under correct leadership and fair administration.
On behalf of Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Thadoe Maha Thray Sithu Thadoe Thiri Thudhamma Min Aung Hlaing, SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Thiri Pyanchi Maha Thray Sithu Soe Win delivered an address at the passing out parade of the 127th Intake of Tatmadaw (Army) Officer Training School (Bahtoo) at its parade ground yesterday morning.
At the parade, the Vice-Senior General presented the silver sword award to Best Cadet Award winner Cadet Paing Hein Thu.
Speaking on the occasion, on behalf of the Senior General, the Vice-Senior General said that those who joined the Tatmadaw of their own accord with the spirit of defending the State have to build themselves to be strengthened while taking training for improvement of combat power and combat capability.
He pointed out that cadets have learnt military tactics, leadership, office staff, adjutant, quartermaster, military engineering, computer science, and other subjects during the training course, urging them to continue learning military arts and tactics. Moreover, they have to seek experiences from senior officers to improve their capacity.
The Vice-Senior General stressed the need for all to strictly follow the Rule of Engagement-ROE in serving military duties as well as military laws in addition to civil laws.
Currently, he noted that some foreign countries and internal and external terrorists attempt to disintegrate military unity with the use of various ways and means by utilizing media as a tool.
Only when people and Tatmadaw are in oneness will people’s military service strategies be implemented, he noted.
The Vice-Senior General unveiled that Tatmadaw invites all to talk about durable peace transparently and continuously holds talks with ethnic armed organizations to legally demand their aspirations through NCA and Hluttaw routes, urging all to participate in the restoration of a durable peace process.
The Vice-Senior General also met with outstanding award winner cadets at the hall of the Villa.
Also present at the parade were Daw Than Than Nwe, wife of the Vice-Senior General, Chief Minister of Shan State Zeya Kyaw Htin U Aung Aung and wife, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief, the commander of Eastern Command and wife, officials, instructors, parents and relatives of cadets and guests. — MNA/TTA

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