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Ministry of Defense sent a congratulatory message on the 148th Karenni National Day

Ministry of Defense sent a congratulatory message on the 148th Karenni National Day


On the face of the war, he urged us to work together to establish a new union by rooting out the military army that is rapidly weakening and crippling.




Today, on June 21st, for the (148th) anniversary of the Karenni National Day, the National Unity Government, the Ministry of Defense sent a congratulatory message.

In the message, the 148th Karenni National Day, which falls today, is welcomed with joy and pride by the entire Karenni people.


As of the leaders of the Karenni National Revolution, it is also stated that they are proud and happy to recognize the military and political developments of Karenni Land with the leadership of the revolutionary organizations.


The message states that we need to unite more than ever before to eradicate the terrorist army, which is rapidly losing strength on the psychological front.

In addition, the Ministry of Defense urged us to work together to establish a new federal democratic union full of equality and justice.


The Karenni people have the right to self-governance, the right to self-determination. He also said that there is a great historical tradition in which they have continuously resisted successive tyrants for the sake of equality and justice.


In the People's Spring Revolution that is being celebrated today, Karenni national leaders, the enormous efforts of the allied Karenni National Revolutionary Organizations and the Karenni people, capital and life house which are all the sacrifices of wealth must be remembered and honored.


On June 21 of 1875, the recognition of Karenni's separate existence was signed by the representative of the Burmese king, U Kaung, and the representative of the British governor-general, Sir Clark Fossett.

That day was designated as the Karenni National Day, and annual national day ceremonies were held. Today, it has been 148 years since the culture and traditions were preserved.


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