The leader of Myanmar's military government, Min Aung Hlaing, made a rare public statement on the 27th, saying that the military will never stop suppressing opposition forces.

(Associated Press)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Since the military government launched a coup in February 2021 to overthrow the civilian government led by Aung San Suu Kyi (Aung San Suu Kyi), the country has been in constant turmoil. drew international condemnation.

Myanmar's military leader Min Aung Hlaing (Min Aung Hlaing) delivered a speech today (27th) to celebrate the country's "Armed Force Day" (Armed Force Day), vowing that the suppression of anti-military government will not stop.

According to the "BBC" report, Myanmar Soldiers' Day is a day when the country commemorates the country's determination to resist Japanese imperial occupation during World War II. On this day, the country held a military parade. Min Aung Hlaing made a rare public statement in the capital Naypyidaw, which aroused the attention of the outside world .

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The report pointed out that the Burmese military made unsubstantiated allegations of electoral fraud more than two years ago. After the coup was successful, the society in the country continued to be turbulent. ), conflicts broke out with the military from time to time in the past two years, and it is said that tens of thousands of people have been killed and more than 1 million people have been displaced.

Despite international condemnation of the Burmese military, Min Aung Hlaing did not back down. Today's speech emphasized that his government will decisively deal with "terrorist acts" by armed resistance groups, accusing the People's Defense Forces of the previous government as "running dogs". ", "Sponsors of Terrorism", the military will continue to suppress it until the opposition forces are completely wiped out.

Myanmar's military announced another extension of the state of emergency last month and postponed elections, which had been promised in August, because the junta has yet to secure "enough" territory for the vote to take place.

Min Aung Hlaing said the junta would hold "free and fair elections" after the state of emergency ends.