The UN is “horrified” by the massacre of civilians in Burma

The UN said it was “shocked” to find about 30 charred bodies found in Burma on December 24. This massacre of civilians, according to NGOs, was the work of soldiers.

“I urge the authorities to immediately launch a serious and transparent investigation,” Martin Griffiths said. The United Nations Assistant Secretary-General added that he “condemned these serious facts.”

Photos and videos Body charred scenes have been circulating on social media for days. The wreckage was found in a burning vehicle in Hpruso township in Gaya province in northeastern Burma. Martin Griffiths ruled that the photos were “credible.”

At least 35 people are said to have been killed by the military on December 24, according to the Myanmar Witness Surveillance Organization. The victims are said to include children.

Assassinations approved by the junta

Zaw Min Tun, a spokesman for the military junta (i.e. the military government), admitted that clashes had erupted in Hpruso township. Without further ado, he confessed to killing several soldiers.

This massacre is unfortunately no exception. From Military coup In February, 1,300 civilians were killed, according to the Association for the Aid to Political Prisoners (AAPP). The country is currently in the hands of the military and its government is not recognized by the international community. He is frequently attacked by civilian militants. “I call on the Burmese forces and all armed groups in Burma to take all necessary measures to protect the civilian population,” Martin Griffiths demanded.

The former leader was arrested by the military Aung San Suu Kyi And placed her under house arrest. He was convicted of several offenses and sentenced in December to two years in prison. According to international observers, the purpose of the experiment was to neutralize her.

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