The government has overcome various dangers through the participation of the entire ethnic people who desire peace and stability: Vice-Senior General

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State Administration Council Vice-Chair Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Vice-Senior General Soe Win meets the officers, other ranks and family members of the Kalaw Station yesterday.

Although terrorists commit instigations, the Tatmadaw is standing with strong unity of military units, said Vice-Chairman of the State Administration Council Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win at the meeting with officers, other ranks and families from Kalaw Station at the Station Hall of Kalaw, Shan State (South), yesterday afternoon.

In his address, the Vice-Senior General said some big countries together with local terrorist groups attempted to cause utter devastation through armed insurrection including instigations to spark the riots and terror acts with posing political and economic sanctions against Myanmar to oust the existing government in a short time, persuasion of servants into CDM activities for stopping the running of government machinery, the collapse of banking services for the disarray of monetary circulation, and interruption of travelling and commodity flows. The government has overcome various dangers through the participation of the entire ethnic people who desire peace and stability. In international relations, the government firmly upholds the Our Three Main National Causes and practises independent, active and non-aligned foreign policy aimed at world peace and friendly relations with nations and upholds the principles of peaceful coexistence among nations without harming the sovereignty of the nation.
On the other hand, various ways and means are being applied for disintegrating the Tatmadaw by spreading the propaganda through media. Although terrorists commit instigations, the Tatmadaw is standing with strong unity of military units. Officials at different levels need to fulfil the requirements of Tatmadaw members and families for their basic needs, transport, health and education sectors. As such, the Tatmadaw members will serve their duties conveniently.
Only when the Tatmadaw members are healthy and fit will they serve the State defence duty with might and main. Members of the medical corps raise health awareness of Tatmadaw members and families in their respective stations.
Then, the Vice-Senior General fulfilled the needs of Tatmadaw members and families and presented foodstuffs and cash assistance for officers, other ranks and families of Kalaw Station.
Lt-Gen Aung Zaw Aye of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army) gave sports gear to officials.
The Vice-Senior General and party cordially greeted Tatmadaw members and families. —MNA

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