“There have been incidents of persons inciting hatred against the Tatmadaw,” the commander-in-chief told a military gathering in Putao.
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The Burmese army “will not turn back, but will continue to march on the road to democracy”, said Commander-in-Chief Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing on Sunday. Speaking with the Interim Press[…]
Burma has concluded its largest naval show of naval strength in recent years, according to a report by military intelligence analysts IHT Jane’s. “Dubbed ‘Sea Shield 2014’, the combined fleet[…]