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Tatmadaw members must be one with the people and abide by the dos and don’ts in their relations with the people: Vice-Senior General

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SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Vice-Senior General Soe Win meets officers, other ranks and families of the Kengkham Battalion in Shan State on 7 April 2022.

Based on the country’s history and geographical conditions, the Tatmadaw plays a key role in the State defence strategy called the people’s militia strategy with the participation of the entire people, said Vice-Chairman of the State Administration Council Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win in meeting with officers, other ranks and families at local battalions of Nawngwoe, Kengkham, Mongpying and Taunggyi stations separately yesterday.
Speaking on occasion, the Vice-Senior General said that Myanmar firmly upholds the non-aligned foreign policy due to geopolitical conditions while striving for overcoming multiple political pressures as a challenge. To do so, the Tatmadaw is serving the State defence duty with a firm concept.
Big foreign countries and internal terrorist groups attempt to break up the Tatmadaw in successive eras because of failure to end the government machinery. Hence, as they may commit posing the instigation into the Tatmadaw, families of the Tatmadaw members have to live in unison with mutual respect.
Officials must fulfil the requirements, including the health and education sectors of Tatmadaw members and families. If so, the Tatmadaw members can fully serve the security and military operation duties with no need to consider the affairs of their families.
Based on the country’s history and geographical conditions, the Tatmadaw plays a vital role in the State defence strategy called the people’s militia strategy with the participation of the entire people. Hence, Tatmadaw members must be one with the people and abide by the dos and don’ts in their relations with the people. Then, the Vice-Senior General fulfilled the needs of officers, other ranks and wives of the Tatmadaw members.
The Vice-Senior General presented foodstuffs and cash assistance for officers, other ranks and families from various military stations to the commander and officials. Lt-Gen Aung Zaw Aye from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army) presented seeds of crops and foodstuff to officials.
They also warmly greeted Tatmadaw members and families from various military stations. — MNA

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