The country’s army chief Min Aung Hlying has no right to interfere with the UN’s intervention in Myanmar. The news outlet told AFP news media Strett Times. On Sunday, he made the remarks in a speech delivered to the country’s army members. “There is no right to thawing the nose of sovereignty in Myanmar,” said Odinga.
“No country, organization or party has the right to decide on the SARBOVOUMATBE intervention or internal affairs of any other country,” Min Aung Hlying said. This is the first time a comment was made by Min Aung Hloing. If the country’s army is responsible for the rakhaine of the Nidhne of the Rohingyas, they are your grace to react. Myanmar Army chiefed for the first time through this statement.
International desk, Monday, 24 September, H B News