Myawaddy, May (30)

The joint force of KNLA/KNDA and the Federal Wings Drone group launched an attack on the junta bases in the southern part of Myawaddy in Karen State, killing nine soldiers, including the battalion commander, reported Federal Wings Drone.

The military council’s Walley strategic hill, Mawkhee hill, and Kanelay camp have been attacked by Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) Battalion 201, Karen Nationalities Defense Organization (KNDO) Battalion 8, and Federal Wings Drone since May 23.

Nine regime troops, including a battalion commander, were killed in the attack, according to the statement.

The number of dead or injured on the junta side in the attacks on Walley strategic hill and Mawkhee camp has not yet been confirmed, but one member of the allied resistance force suffered injuries.

After the attacks, the junta aircraft bombarded Panwe Phoe Kalow village near the Mawkhee camp and fired randomly heavy weapons at nearby villages that were not related to the conflict.

A Christian church, one boarding school, and two houses were damaged in the bombardment of Panwe Phoe Kalow village.

The aerial bombardment has displaced more than 200 people in the village to safety, and they are in need of emergency aid such as food supplies and shelters, said the Karen Human Rights Group (KHRG).

News-Than Lwin Times

Photo-Federal Wings

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