Myanmar Embassy clerk in France absent without leave due to personal matter

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Daw Htay Htay Win.

Daw Htay Htay Win, a clerk at the Myanmar Embassy in Paris, France, was absent from work starting on 20 June 2024.
She received an order from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to serve her duties in Myanmar after completing her services in the foreign country.
She submitted her family list and proposed to allow her son to keep studying in France, and she served her duties until 18 June as usual.
On the same day, she sought permission to grant a leave day on 19 June as she had to make enquires regarding the university for further study of her son and to take the passports of her family. Therefore, the ambassador granted permission.
She did not make any report to the embassy until 10 am on 20 June, and embassy officials scrutinized her house. It was found that there were no more of her belongings, and they seemed to leave for good.
Daw Htay Htay Win carried out her duties actively during her service at the Myanmar Embassy in Paris, and she is one of the staff members who will return to Myanmar upon the completion of their overseas services.
She was absent from her duties without permission, together with her husband, son, and daughter, as she did not want to return to Myanmar because of family matters, such as further study of her son and medical treatment of her daughter in France.
However, local and foreign malicious groups spread propaganda in political ways in reference to that case.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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