Tatmadaw recaptured Myothit Microwave Camp from KIA

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The Tatmadaw recaptured the Myothit Microwave Camp from the KIA in the afternoon on 7 May and the insurgents retreated to the east and northeastern borders of the country.

The Tatmadaw recaptured the Myothit Microwave Camp from the KIA in the afternoon on 7 May and the insurgents retreated to the east and northeastern borders of the country.
The Tatmadaw fought 24 battles to regain the camp and some Tatmadaw officers and soldiers lost their lives for the country and some were wounded. There have been reports of a number of casualties, including two brigadier generals from the KIA-led coalition, kinds of ammunition were confiscated and bodies were properly buried.
The KIA-led coalition forces attacked the Byuhar landsone base located about 4,000 metres northeast of Nwelan village and the Microwave base about 3,000 metres northeast of Myothit village Tatmadaw was providing security on 11 April. At the same time, attempts were made to blow up the Tarpain bridge about 2,000 metres south of Myothit village to disrupt traffic, and the security forces prevented the bombings.
Similarly, from 17 April to 7 May, the KIA fired 29 artillery shells and large weapons at local battalion headquarters around Myothit village and six attempts to seize it led to clashes. On 23 April, the KIA-led coalition forces attacked the base again with better weapons and the security forces had to abandon the base.
A large-scale artillery attack was carried out on the Album Army security post about 3,000 metres from the Myanmar-China border and about 10,000 metres southeast of Dawphonyang town, Momauk Township, Kachin State on 24 March by the KIA-led coalition forces.
Although the KIA-led coalition forces attacked the Album, Byuhar lanzone, Myothit Microwave base camp, Tarpain bridge and battalion headquarters around Myothit with large weapons, they had to flee with heavy casualties without being able to capture the battalion headquarters due to the brave retaliation of the Tatmadaw members.
The Tatmadaw has issued a statement suspending all military operations since 21 December 2018, except for the time when the government has been disrupting security and administrative machinery in order to achieve lasting peace and has opened the way for peace talks. However, it has been found that the KIA has committed acts of violence such as killing innocent people for no reason, destroying the lives and property of the people, disrupting the rule of law and regional stability, bombing public roads and bridges.
It is reported that the Tatmadaw, who is responsible for national security, will take security measures to ensure the rule of law and regional stability. — MNA

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