New York, 18 March

Myanmar military is committing crime against humanity as it carried out massacres which is more severe offense than human rights violation, said U Kyaw Moe Tun, the permanent representative of Myanmar to United Nations.

On 16 March, Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General on Myanmar organized an informal meeting on Rohingya issues, and U Kyaw Moe Tun presented his country’s ongoing humanitarian crisis.

He said that the junta committed mass killings in Tar Taing village in Myinmu Township of Sagaing region, and in Nam Nane village in Pinloung Township of southern Shan state this month.

“Our people are experiencing the most critical dilemma in two years after the coup. Humanitarian crisis of people in Myanmar, including Rohingya, is not less than others in different areas of the world.

 He also asked international community to stop selling weapons and aviation fuels and flow of revenue to the junta regime, and provide humanitarian assistance to Myanmar people, to protect Myanmar refugees and asylum seekers. 

 The Myanmar ambassador also called for action against the military under the blanket immunity, and   bringing these international criminals to the International Criminal Court after setting up an interim war crime tribunal.

The Ministry of Human Rights under the National Unity Government issued a report on 64 massacres of junta regime, killing 766 civilians up to now. 

 News—Than Lwin Times

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