Minister of Human Rights,U Aung Myo Min, National Unity Government, discussed Myanmar issues with representatives of the Australian State Parliament
Ministry of Human Rights Union Minister U Aung Myo Min, National Unity Government , met with the representatives of the Australian state parliaments on May 25 at the Western Australia State Parliament building in Perth to discuss the Myanmar issue.
State Senators Hon Kate Doust MLC and Hon Meredith Hammat MLA met with representatives of the CRPH/NUG Support Group (Western Australia) and openly discussed Myanmar issues.
The Union Minister returned to Canberra on May 23rd and stayed in Canberra from May 24th to May 26th and more meetings with Australian government officials invited diplomats to meet, met with officials of some international non-governmental organizations, and gave an interview on Australia's SBS World News program about the Myanmar issue.
In addition, on May 27th, he attended and encouraged the fund-raising auction being held at Villawood Senior Citizen Hall in Sydney, and in the afternoon, he had a friendly meeting with the Burmese Rohingya Community Australia (BRCA) group while having lunch together.
In the evening, he attended a public meeting organized by the CRPH/NUG Support Group (New South Wales) at Auburn Town Hall and briefed the Burmese people in Sydney about the Myanmar issue.