Senior General notifies the government will conduct counter-attacks against those who commit attacks on military camps despite forging trust over ethnics

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State Administration Council Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing addresses the meeting 6/2023 of the Union government yesterday in Nay Pyi Taw.

The government has taken all measures with trust over ethnics. But, as they commit attacks on military camps, the government will launch counter-attacks on them, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing warned.
Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing delivered a speech at the meeting 6/2023 of the Union government at the office of the SAC Chairman in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday morning.
He recounted that he delivered a speech at the 8th anniversary of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) ceremony, saying that if anyone follows the Constitution (2008) without harming Our Three Main National Causes, the government will accept the peace talks. He noted that although some organizations participated in the discussions with constructive attitudes at the meeting, they were actually making preparations to commit attacks.
In recent days, the Senior General continued clarifications that MNDAA and TNLA combined squads attacked local security camps and departmental offices in the Kokang region of Shan State (North). Likewise, he said that transport facilities and local security camps were attacked in Kachin State. The government has warned KIA not to deteriorate local peace and stability but they deployed excessive strength in attacking the security camp. As such, the Senior General further explained the government responded to them because of security measures.
He underscored that in a term of the government, there will be treaties, commitments and agreements related to the international community. The incoming government needs to continue the implementation of these projects under their policies. In this regard, the ruling government needs to take responsibility for whether these projects are implemented, he added.
As such, the Senior General said that in its tenure, the current government is implementing the projects of previous governments and more governments in successive eras as much as it can, and an emphasis is being placed to resume the projects and workplaces halted for various reasons. He urged the government to verify the projects and tasks of ministries, regions and states for continuous implementation.
With regard to the agriculture and livestock sectors, the Senior General highlighted that more than 70 per cent of the total population resides in rural areas, and 45 per cent of the population is engaged in agriculture and related businesses. As such, he continued that they are primarily driving the State economy, and called for enhancement of manufacturing. The Senior General noted that the process for the development of the State economy is based on agriculture and livestock sectors.
He underlined that it is necessary to take care of the production of natural resources depending on the environment similar to the international community under the restrictions. He added that production from the agriculture and livestock sectors can be done without harming the environment.
The Senior General called on all region and state chief ministers to achieve success in MSME businesses concerning the agriculture and livestock sectors because of the lesser GDP of Myanmar in comparison with regional countries.
In reviewing the previous projects, the Senior General noted that Myanmar people need to actually work for the development of the nation.
Union ministers reported on their respective sectors at the meeting.
The meeting was joined by Union ministers and officials together with the chairman of Nay Pyi Taw Council and region and state chief ministers through videoconferencing. — MNA/TTA

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