Dr. Sasa Message on the Anniversary of USCC in USA

Written by Gen. Sa Nikamui

On 25/06/2022

Dear friends and colleagues, I am thankful for your love of unity, peace, freedom, federal democracy, and self-determination. I would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all of you for your generous support of Myanmar revolution to end genocidal military dictatorships and your belief in the future of Federal Democratic Union of Myanmar. We need to cut short the atrocities and crimes against humanity committed by the genocidal junta. Even one day represents too much suffering and pain for the 54 million people of Myanmar. I am here to show just how much we appreciate all the work, sacrifice, motivation, aspiration and courage that you have shown to date throughout the darkest chapter in the history of Myanmar.

My comrades and colleagues, this journey will not be easy. We have come a long way and we have a long way to go yet. But the future belongs to the people of Myanmar. Our future should be in our hands. The future of Chin state belongs to the Chin people. Terrorist organization led by Min Aung Hlaing wanted us to surrender our future and submit to them. That is why they are attacking our freedom, our democracy, and our self-determination all of which have been given to us by God, and not from military generals. So, we have to show them that they cannot destroy our freedom, that freedom that it ours and ours alone. The future holds for us all freedom to education, health care, developments and economic. We all are born free and we must live free. Everyone who stands in the way of our freedom is our enemy.

We must prove to the genocidal military generals in Burma that we will end this reign of terror against the people, and we will stop their crimes against humanity which they have perpetrated on the people of Myanmar. We will end genocidal military rules and dictatorships in all its forms. We will write our constitution based on the principles of federal democracy. All rights will be protected, respected, and promoted for all the people across Myanmar irrespective of race, religion, gender, background, or ethnicity. We will not rest; we will never give up; we will never surrender. We will win, we will prevail, justice will prevail, the light will prevail over the darkness, good over evils.

May God bless you, May God Bless Chinland, May God Bless Myanmar.

Thank You and Sincerely,

Dr. Sasa
Union Minister of the Ministry of International Cooperation
Spokesperson of the National Unity Government of Myanmar
Former Myanmar Special Envoy to the United Nations

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