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Daily News Brief on Rakhine State Affairs 30/08/2018

Vice Senior General Soe Win receives Independent Commission of Enquiry
Naypyitaw August 29

Vice-Senior General Soe Win received the Independent Commission of Enquiry yesterday at the Bayintnaung Guest House in Nay Pyi Taw.

During the meeting, Vice-Senior General Soe Win first explained the commission about the background of Rakhine issue to be able to find out the truth. He has offered the Tamadaw’s full cooperation with the commission, saying that the Tatmadaw distributed evidences related true situation of Rakhine issue to diplomats including diplomats from the United Nations Security Council who met with the Commander- in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing on 30 April, 2018 and media in timely manner but the international communities remain lack of understanding the true situation.

Mrs. Rosario Manalo discussed the commission’s commitment to making correct solution based on evidences and to present the truth to the international communities.

Afterwards, Vice-Senior General Soe Win presented facts and photos about evidences of Rakhine issue and books on history Rakhine to each member of the commission, according to the news release of the Tatmadaw News.
—Myanmar News Agency
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U Kyaw Tint Swe receives Independent Commission of Enquiry
Naypyitaw August 29

Union Minister for the Office of the State Counsellor U Kyaw Tint Swe received Chairperson of the Independent Commission of Enquiry, Ambassador Rosario Manalo, and commission members at his office in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon. During the meeting, they discussed about Rakhine issues.
—Myanmar News Agency
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Myanmar-Bangladesh continue coordinated patrol
Naypyitaw August 29

A 20-member troop led by Sub-inspector Myint Maung of No. 51 Guard Outpost under the No. 5 Border Guards Sub-division in Aungtapyay Area, Region-1 of Maungtaw Township and a 15-member troop led by Officer Naib Subedar Md. Ekramul Haque of No. 11 Border Guard Police Bangladesh of Panchari Outpost conducted a coordinated patrol along the border from Mile Post No. 51 to 51/5 on 28 August according to the Information Department of the Myanmar Police Force.
—Myanmar Police Force

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