MNDAA, TNLA, PDF terrorists attack with drop bombs near Myanmar-China border

MNDAA, TNLA and PDF terrorists are utilizing drop bombs in attacks to stop the flow of goods in the Shan State (North) and to undermine the peace and stability of the region by firing and attacking non-military targets.
The terrorists used drones to attack the car park of Seven Huaqin Import Company, which was not a military target and which had no security measures.
The terrorists used drones to drop bombs on the import car yard of Seven Huaqin Company in Kyinsankyawt, the Myanmar-China bilateral trade terminal, which is not a military target, where there were no security forces at 9:45 am yesterday. A fire broke out due to the explosion of bombs falling on the parked vehicles in the car yard, and the burning continued from one vehicle to another.
As such fires occurred, various fire brigades made efforts, and nearby security forces quickly joined with them to extinguish the fire and carry out the necessary rescue operations.
Due to this terrorist act by the MNDAA, TNLA group and the PDF terrorists, about 120 out of 258 vehicles carrying household goods, consumer goods, clothes and building materials were destroyed by fire.
The socioeconomic life of businessmen and local people were greatly affected, and the security forces will continue to execute counter-terrorism operations in collaboration with the public for the sake of peace and stability in the region. — MNA/KZL

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