UN Security Council unanimously agreed with a statement condemning the Myanmar military's suppression of violence by protesters. There was also testimony from Myanmar police that the Myanmar military ordered to shoot protesters until death.
This is reporter Jeong Seong-jin.
You hear gunfire with lights through the windows of the house.
Until late at night, armored vehicles and military police armed throughout the city of Myanmar began to suppress the protesters.
Full-scale repression of the civil disobedience movement in the military coup in Myanmar is on the rise.
One policeman confessed that an order was issued to "shoot the demonstrators until death."
Many reporters on the scene have gone missing, and even leaflets looking for them have appeared, and the press is also being repressed.
[Reporter Tin Ray Win/Now Myanmar: I'm afraid the situation will get worse. However, many people have been giving us a helping hand.] The
UN Security Council, which failed to adopt a statement condemning the Myanmar military the day before, unanimously agreed with a statement that strongly condemned the use of violence against peace protesters within a day. I did.
In a statement, the UN Security Council strongly condemned the use of violence against peace protesters, including women, youth and children, and called for the release of state adviser Aung San Suu Kyi and others.
However, the word coup in the draft and additional measures against the military were omitted.