The situation worsens again in Myanmar, fearing military attack, people flee in the forests; UN warns
The situation in Myanmar is getting worse. At least 100,000 people were attacked by military personnel, after which all were forced to flee. A UN rights expert has warned of mass deaths in the state of Kayah.
The situation in Myanmar is getting worse. At least 100,000 people were attacked by military personnel, all of whom were forced to flee. A UN rights expert has warned of "mass deaths" in the state of Kayah. According to the United Nations, people were forced to flee into the forests for fear of being attacked by the military regime, after which the electricity system, including food and drink, has been cut off there.
Starvation and disease can kill people in Kayah State!
Giving this information in a tweet late Monday night, UN Special Myanmar Envoy Tom Andrews said that in such a situation a large number of people in Kayah State could face starvation and disease. Andrews issued an alert, saying it was the first time such attacks had occurred in Kayah State, leading to large-scale displacement from Mutra in Karen State to Mindat and Bago City in Chin State.
An independent rights expert said that a large number of people have died in attacks in Myanmar since the February 1 coup. In which thousands of women, men and children were involved. The independent rights expert reports to the Human Rights Council.