Tatmadaw press conference takes place at Defence Services Museum in Nay Pyi Taw
Nay Pyi Taw january 23
A Tatmadaw press conference on acts of ethnic armed organizations in breaking disciplines in 2019, progress of peace process, foreign goodwill visits of the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services, and his meetings with diplomats took place at the Defence Services Museum, here, this morning.
The press conference was attended by Chairman of Tatmadaw True News Information Team Maj-Gen Soe Naing Oo, Vice Chairman Maj- Gen Tun Tun Nyi and Secretary Brig-Gen Zaw Min Tun, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army), and 49 reporters from local news agencies, daily newspapers, journals, local TV broadcasting stations and locally-based foreign news agencies, totalling 27.
First, Maj-Gen Soe Naing Oo explained discipline broken by ethnic armed organizations in January 2020, their acts of breaking disciplines in five military command areas in 2019, undertaking of peace process in January 2020 and the one-year peace process in 2019, and one-year seizures of narcotic drugs in 2019.
Maj-Gen Tun Tun Nyi clarified undertakings of the Tatmadaw for enhancement of international relations and friendly ties in 2019, goodwill visits of the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services to foreign countries, his meetings with foreign guests, peace organizations, ethnic armed organizations, religious organizations and those from the United Nations, non-governmental organization-NGOs and INGOs, main duty of the Tatmadaw and its political and national political duties.
Officials of the Tatmadaw True News Information Team replied to queries raised by those from new agencies while Deputy Judge Advocate General Maj-Gen Thaung Naing from the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army) explained matters related to ICC and ICJ, the report of ICOE and trials of the Court-Martial.