NUG Foreign Minister Daw Zin Ma Aung attended and discussed at the 60th Munich Security Conference held in Germany (photo: VOA)

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NUG Foreign Minister: The people did not want a military coup

The people did not want a military coup, so they resisted the revolution (Daw Zin Ma Aung NUG Foreign Minister)

NUG Foreign Minister Daw Zin Ma Aung, who attended the 60th Munich Security Conference held for 3 days in Munich, Germany, on Saturday and discussed the Myanmar issue, said that the people are resisting the revolution because they do not want a military coup in Myanmar.

“The civil people’s rebellion against the military dictator is a regular occurrence in Myanmar’s path to democracy, and in this resistance revolution against the 2021 military coup, it is special that more young women, especially young women, have participated, people from the city and the countryside, and various classes have participated,” he said.

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton led the discussion in this program.

He also said that 66% of the CDM employees in Myanmar are not accepted by the military coup in Myanmar, and among the young generation, the latest Generation Z generation is included.

Including the 1027 operations of the ethnic armed forces against the military dictator who has been under control for many years. Due to the collective resistance of the people, now more than 60 percent of the country has been controlled by those who are resisting the revolution, and this is the result of the unique resilience of the Burmese people.

At the 3-day security conference that began on Friday in Munich, Germany, along with NUG Foreign Minister Daw Zin Ma Aung, Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya. 2021 Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa, a journalist from the Philippines, and Masih Alinejad, an Iranian-born American journalist and president of the World Liberty Congress, also participated in the discussion. (Source: VOA)

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