On a trip to Texas, deputy foreign minister U Moe Zaw Oo of NUG met with the Rohingya families and other ethnic people from Burma.
Deputy Minister U Moe Zaw Oo went to Dallas, and Houston in Texas on July 22nd and 23rd and met with Rohingya families and other ethnic people of Burma.
He discussed with other Union Ministers, Deputy Ministers such as Union Minister Dr. Win Myat Aye (the Union Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management), U Aung Kyaw Moe (Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Human Rights), spokesperson of the President's Office, U Kyaw Zaw (advisor to the presidential office) for the current activities for the future federal union-building process of the National Unity Government, the requirements for the current revolution, the people’s participation, humanitarian assistance to human rights violation situations, and using the international justice system for justice, responsibility, cooperation with various ethnic groups, various organizations, international relations and foreign affairs activities, fundraising, and activities that support the success of the revolution.
Reportedly, the money donated by the people has been received to be used for humanitarian aid.