UN warns that Myanmar could face unexpected difficulties in 2022

UN warns that Myanmar could face unexpected difficulties in 2022  The United Nations says Burma could face unexpected challenges by 2022. What are the problems facing the people in 2022? Here are some suggestions on how to look or get an appointment for antique items.  "My son is over 20. Did he get to where I went? Will he be able to come back? Will he be able to come back? Because we are always looking for problems at this age.  One year after the military coup, one mother described the worst of the suffering of the Burmese people. This is a picture of the insecurity that people are going through every day until 2022.  In 2022, the people of Myanmar will face unexpected political and economic upheavals. Business; According to a report released by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) on January 1, 2022, the country is likely to face human rights and humanitarian problems and the country's political and security situation has not improved.  "Until the baby comes home, we're in a state of despair." Both myself and When? Do people have to eat enough to eat at a time when it is unpredictable how many lives will be lost? Yangon, A woman in Kamaryut Township said there was no way out for food and shelter.  "Business is not working now. People are losing their jobs. There is no way out of food. Commodity prices have gone up. From one packet of cabbage to about four or five hundred. Now it is about three thousand packs of cabbage. We can not say that we did not even reach Rangoon one by one. With the bombings every day, on the one hand, how could the people find a way out of it?  Of the 15 states and divisions in Myanmar; Fourteen will suffer from food shortages and malnutrition, as well as a quarter of the nation's population of 6.9 million men; A total of 14 million people, including 7.5 million women and 5 million children, are in need of assistance. The UNOCHA report estimates that support will be needed. "This is due to the Kovis 19 outbreak and security restrictions, which have disrupted the flow of goods and pushed up commodity prices."  In the current situation, the military, which has seized power from a civilian government, controls all of the country's ministries, resulting in insecurity and insecurity. Living conditions are difficult and you can not get enough to eat. A spokesman for the military council, General Zaw Min Tun, asked what the UNOCHA's all-inclusive disaster mitigation plan was, including fears for the next wave of Kovis.  As for Kovis, what I, as the United Nations, are asking is, what has it given Burma? I just want to ask what you donated. When Kovis encountered the third wave, we had a lot of difficulties. China and the United States are helping to solve these problems. India Russia that's it. And Cambodia in ASEAN. Thais There are donations from Laos. I would like to note that it is surprising that an organization like the United Nations is not helping and is only talking about the destruction of the nation. There are rumors that a civil war is imminent. We have to follow our set goals and objectives. The next steps will continue. Nothing is more important than the lives of the people. Therefore, despite the inevitable health issues, CDM Possible health Care will continue. In terms of development, I would like to say that we will work with countries that can work with us. "  It is true that people are suffering now, but there are those who see the good in the bad in 2022. Dr. Mimi Winbert, a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Department of Defense and a professor of security at the Hawaii-based Department of Security in the United States Department of Defense, says the current situation will be a turning point in 2022.  "The military will not last long. They have no people. They are exhausted. There are no more people to fill up. And on December 10, I think this is a tipping point because people have been so committed for more than a decade in Silence Strike. "If you look at all of this, I can say that there will be some turning points in 2022."  Daw Zin Mar Aung, foreign minister of the National Unity Government, said she believed the fruits of multi-faceted unity would be reaped in 2022 in 2021, when capital expenditures were high.  Last year was a year of high investment for us. It's a year to see success, not in vain. It deserves it. Last year we had to build. I have to struggle. The people's determination not to be allowed to rule at all during this construction struggle. Unity of revolutionary forces; International support; We have been able to overcome this with the remarkable unity and solidarity of the Burmese community in exile. So I firmly believe that 2022 will be a year of reaping the fruits of that fruit. In the near future, evolution will take place both at home and abroad. There are challenges. But I want to say it was a year of overcoming those challenges. "  She also suggested what can be done to ensure the long-term enjoyment of this fruit. "The NUG government is now prioritizing federal democracy. That is the right focus. The more people can work together, the more successful they will be for this. The key is unity. A lot can be done by helping each other and connecting."  The people are still suffering from the effects of what happened in 2021 until 2022. Challenges to be faced in 2022 Most people agree that the word 'unity' is very simple, but it is always right to overcome difficulties.

UN warns that Myanmar could face unexpected difficulties in 2022


The United Nations says Burma could face unexpected challenges by 2022. What are the problems facing the people in 2022? Here are some suggestions on how to look or get an appointment for antique items.

"My son is over 20. Did he get to where I went? Will he be able to come back? Will he be able to come back? Because we are always looking for problems at this age.

One year after the military coup, one mother described the worst of the suffering of the Burmese people. This is a picture of the insecurity that people are going through every day until 2022.

In 2022, the people of Myanmar will face unexpected political and economic upheavals. Business; According to a report released by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) on January 1, 2022, the country is likely to face human rights and humanitarian problems and the country's political and security situation has not improved.

"Until the baby comes home, we're in a state of despair."
Both myself and When? Do people have to eat enough to eat at a time when it is unpredictable how many lives will be lost? Yangon, A woman in Kamaryut Township said there was no way out for food and shelter.

"Business is not working now. People are losing their jobs. There is no way out of food. Commodity prices have gone up. From one packet of cabbage to about four or five hundred. Now it is about three thousand packs of cabbage. We can not say that we did not even reach Rangoon one by one. With the bombings every day, on the one hand, how could the people find a way out of it?

Of the 15 states and divisions in Myanmar; Fourteen will suffer from food shortages and malnutrition, as well as a quarter of the nation's population of 6.9 million men; A total of 14 million people, including 7.5 million women and 5 million children, are in need of assistance. The UNOCHA report estimates that support will be needed. "This is due to the Kovis 19 outbreak and security restrictions, which have disrupted the flow of goods and pushed up commodity prices."

In the current situation, the military, which has seized power from a civilian government, controls all of the country's ministries, resulting in insecurity and insecurity. Living conditions are difficult and you can not get enough to eat. A spokesman for the military council, General Zaw Min Tun, asked what the UNOCHA's all-inclusive disaster mitigation plan was, including fears for the next wave of Kovis.

As for Kovis, what I, as the United Nations, are asking is, what has it given Burma? I just want to ask what you donated. When Kovis encountered the third wave, we had a lot of difficulties. China and the United States are helping to solve these problems. India Russia that's it. And Cambodia in ASEAN. Thais There are donations from Laos. I would like to note that it is surprising that an organization like the United Nations is not helping and is only talking about the destruction of the nation. There are rumors that a civil war is imminent. We have to follow our set goals and objectives. The next steps will continue. Nothing is more important than the lives of the people. Therefore, despite the inevitable health issues, CDM Possible health Care will continue. In terms of development, I would like to say that we will work with countries that can work with us. "

It is true that people are suffering now, but there are those who see the good in the bad in 2022. Dr. Mimi Winbert, a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Department of Defense and a professor of security at the Hawaii-based Department of Security in the United States Department of Defense, says the current situation will be a turning point in 2022.

"The military will not last long. They have no people. They are exhausted. There are no more people to fill up. And on December 10, I think this is a tipping point because people have been so committed for more than a decade in Silence Strike. "If you look at all of this, I can say that there will be some turning points in 2022."

Daw Zin Mar Aung, foreign minister of the National Unity Government, said she believed the fruits of multi-faceted unity would be reaped in 2022 in 2021, when capital expenditures were high.

Last year was a year of high investment for us. It's a year to see success, not in vain. It deserves it. Last year we had to build. I have to struggle. The people's determination not to be allowed to rule at all during this construction struggle. Unity of revolutionary forces; International support; We have been able to overcome this with the remarkable unity and solidarity of the Burmese community in exile. So I firmly believe that 2022 will be a year of reaping the fruits of that fruit. In the near future, evolution will take place both at home and abroad. There are challenges. But I want to say it was a year of overcoming those challenges. "

She also suggested what can be done to ensure the long-term enjoyment of this fruit.
"The NUG government is now prioritizing federal democracy. That is the right focus. The more people can work together, the more successful they will be for this. The key is unity. A lot can be done by helping each other and connecting."

The people are still suffering from the effects of what happened in 2021 until 2022. Challenges to be faced in 2022 Most people agree that the word 'unity' is very simple, but it is always right to overcome difficulties.



Issue the dam safety law  The Ministry of Energy and Mines is working on a draft law on dam safety to propose to the National Assembly for approval recently after several dams in Laos were built without international standards and are at high risk of violence, especially small and medium-sized dams.  " As far as the safety law of this dam is concerned, the main standard is the same, but it is difficult to control it because it gives control and it will not follow the rules. Now it will be easy to control it. "  He said legal risk for the safety of the dam core and runs about safety of dams and levees built and dams are built as planned development of power by the dam will have the scope or Term of Reference (TOR), safety Dam or Dam Safety, reported monitoring technical or Technical Review Report and report to evaluate the impact of environmental and social or Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and report the regulatory standards of the Ministry of power and mineral requirements.  In the past, the safety standards of the Lao dams were considered to be substandard without international safety assessments and technical inspections, leaving many dams at high risk of serious damage, such as cracks, crevices, dams and structures.  In this regard, some Laotians see it as a good thing that the Lao authorities will issue a law on dam safety to build trust among the Lao people, because now Laos has many dams and there is little risk of violence everywhere.  The Lao people also want the Lao authorities and the developer of the dam, no matter what the dam, to provide information on the dam project, the safety of the dam, the environmental and social impact of the Lao people to be thoroughly aware and understandable in order to ensure the safety of life, property and dams.  " But he did not explain that. This is how it is. This way, we have such a guarantee. This way, he does not say move, move to the people. He does not know anything about security. He does not ask for compensation .  Another Lao resident in Sanamxay district, Attapeu province, who was the worst victim of the Sepian-Senamnoi dam rupture in 2018, said that despite three years after the dam burst, the affected villagers have never forgotten and are still concerned about the safety of the Sepian-Senamnoi dam.  In the past, villagers in Sanamxay district had offered to visit the Sepian-Senamnoi dam after it was rebuilt, but Lao officials rejected the offer, claiming it would make them think about the incident but left them in a state of disillusionment and worry.    " Well, they are still worried. My son is worried about the Sepian Dam. Now he will not let us go to see it. We are afraid. ”  While the experts in the field of energy see that it is very good that the Ministry of Energy and Mines will issue a law on dam safety to set standards and scope of authority to oversee the project to be clear and convenient to monitor dam projects.  It is important that local authorities have the authority to monitor the dams within their area, rather than having the central and provincial levels monitor only one province to jointly assess the standards, techniques and risks of natural disasters in accordance with the law.  "We have a lot of work to do," he told RFA on January 21.  " Actually, the energy management work, where it is located, must be monitored. We must have access to the role of water. We must not know that climate change, we must speak according to the rules and regulations of the technology. ”  One environmental technical staff, the provincial dams, the public, but the most common of the existence of the country.  An environmental and social expert from the National University of Laos told RFA on January 21:  " Naturally, you have to have a consulting company, even if you do not do it at all. Who can certify you? This is a cushion. There is no technical certified person .  The past, the domestic, and the none of the nationality, and informality, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informality The capacity and attention to dam management to ensure the safety of the energy and mining sectors and localities have not been done well and effectively.  Laos now has 88 dams with a total capacity of 9,972 megawatts, of which 100 are planned to be built, as well as wind, solar and coal mines.  For the first time, on December 16, 2016, a high-pressure tunnel from the Xekan 3 Dam, which was developed by a Vietnamese company, flooded a large number of houses in Dakcheung District, Sekong Province, which is still under construction.  The second time, on September 11, 2017, the Nam Ao Taek Dam in Phaxay District, Xieng Khouang Province, which is under construction, flooded 8 villages in Tha Thom District, Xaysomboun Province.  For the third time, on July 23, 2018, the ridge of Dam D of the Sepian Xenam Noi Dam burst, flooding 19 villages in Sanamxay District, Attapeu Province, killing 71 people and making it the worst dam rupture in Laos.  And the fourth, on August 4, 2019, the Keng Kwan Dam burst in Pek District, Xieng Khouang Province due to heavy rains, causing the dam to hold water until the dam collapsed and eventually burst, flooding three villages and causing extensive damage.  The draft law on dam safety will consist of 13 sections. Article 92 is one of the laws included in the Lao government's construction plan from 2021-2025.  In addition, in 2021, the Ministry of Energy and Mines has redefined the role of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, which will establish the Department of Energy Safety Management of the Energy Industry to ensure the construction and operation of each type of dam as safe as possible.

Issue the dam safety law : Laos


The Ministry of Energy and Mines is working on a draft law on dam safety to propose to the National Assembly for approval recently after several dams in Laos were built without international standards and are at high risk of violence, especially small and medium-sized dams.

" As far as the safety law of this dam is concerned, the main standard is the same, but it is difficult to control it because it gives control and it will not follow the rules. Now it will be easy to control it. "

He said legal risk for the safety of the dam core and runs about safety of dams and levees built and dams are built as planned development of power by the dam will have the scope or Term of Reference (TOR), safety Dam or Dam Safety, reported monitoring technical or Technical Review Report and report to evaluate the impact of environmental and social or Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and report the regulatory standards of the Ministry of power and mineral requirements.

In the past, the safety standards of the Lao dams were considered to be substandard without international safety assessments and technical inspections, leaving many dams at high risk of serious damage, such as cracks, crevices, dams and structures.

In this regard, some Laotians see it as a good thing that the Lao authorities will issue a law on dam safety to build trust among the Lao people, because now Laos has many dams and there is little risk of violence everywhere.

The Lao people also want the Lao authorities and the developer of the dam, no matter what the dam, to provide information on the dam project, the safety of the dam, the environmental and social impact of the Lao people to be thoroughly aware and understandable in order to ensure the safety of life, property and dams.

" But he did not explain that. This is how it is. This way, we have such a guarantee. This way, he does not say move, move to the people. He does not know anything about security. He does not ask for compensation .

Another Lao resident in Sanamxay district, Attapeu province, who was the worst victim of the Sepian-Senamnoi dam rupture in 2018, said that despite three years after the dam burst, the affected villagers have never forgotten and are still concerned about the safety of the Sepian-Senamnoi dam.

In the past, villagers in Sanamxay district had offered to visit the Sepian-Senamnoi dam after it was rebuilt, but Lao officials rejected the offer, claiming it would make them think about the incident but left them in a state of disillusionment and worry. 


" Well, they are still worried. My son is worried about the Sepian Dam. Now he will not let us go to see it. We are afraid. ”

While the experts in the field of energy see that it is very good that the Ministry of Energy and Mines will issue a law on dam safety to set standards and scope of authority to oversee the project to be clear and convenient to monitor dam projects.

It is important that local authorities have the authority to monitor the dams within their area, rather than having the central and provincial levels monitor only one province to jointly assess the standards, techniques and risks of natural disasters in accordance with the law.

"We have a lot of work to do," he told RFA on January 21.

" Actually, the energy management work, where it is located, must be monitored. We must have access to the role of water. We must not know that climate change, we must speak according to the rules and regulations of the technology. ”

One environmental technical staff, the provincial dams, the public, but the most common of the existence of the country.

An environmental and social expert from the National University of Laos told RFA on January 21:

" Naturally, you have to have a consulting company, even if you do not do it at all. Who can certify you? This is a cushion. There is no technical certified person .

The past, the domestic, and the none of the nationality, and informality, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informalities, and informality The capacity and attention to dam management to ensure the safety of the energy and mining sectors and localities have not been done well and effectively.

Laos now has 88 dams with a total capacity of 9,972 megawatts, of which 100 are planned to be built, as well as wind, solar and coal mines.

For the first time, on December 16, 2016, a high-pressure tunnel from the Xekan 3 Dam, which was developed by a Vietnamese company, flooded a large number of houses in Dakcheung District, Sekong Province, which is still under construction.

The second time, on September 11, 2017, the Nam Ao Taek Dam in Phaxay District, Xieng Khouang Province, which is under construction, flooded 8 villages in Tha Thom District, Xaysomboun Province.

For the third time, on July 23, 2018, the ridge of Dam D of the Sepian Xenam Noi Dam burst, flooding 19 villages in Sanamxay District, Attapeu Province, killing 71 people and making it the worst dam rupture in Laos.

And the fourth, on August 4, 2019, the Keng Kwan Dam burst in Pek District, Xieng Khouang Province due to heavy rains, causing the dam to hold water until the dam collapsed and eventually burst, flooding three villages and causing extensive damage.

The draft law on dam safety will consist of 13 sections. Article 92 is one of the laws included in the Lao government's construction plan from 2021-2025.

In addition, in 2021, the Ministry of Energy and Mines has redefined the role of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, which will establish the Department of Energy Safety Management of the Energy Industry to ensure the construction and operation of each type of dam as safe as possible.



Hun Sen calls for ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting as soon as possible  PM Hun Sen Asks ASEAN Foreign Ministers to Hold Closer Meeting to Discuss On two initiatives in Myanmar or Myanmar.  The proposal comes as Hun Sen , chair of the 2022 ASEAN rotating presidency, had a telephone conversation with Indonesian President  Joko Widodo . ) On January 21 and after Cambodia postponed the .  A statement from the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs states that Hun Sen reassured Indonesian President Joko Widodo that the five principles should be achieved. ASEAN's point on Burma He asked the ASEAN foreign ministers to discuss two initiatives, including the first. Establishment of the ASEAN Troika,  or tripartite body composed of foreign ministers from Brunei ( former ASEAN chair ) , Cambodia ( ASEAN chair ) Currently ) and Indonesia (   Future ASEAN Chairs ) and the ASEAN Secretary-General to coordinate and monitor the implementation of the ASEAN Five -Point Agreement. The second part is to hold a consultation meeting on the provision of humanitarian aid and the provision of vaccinations to the people of Myanmar without Discrimination .    In addition to these mechanisms, the Special Envoy of the ASEAN Chair , with the participation of observers composed of diplomats of The representatives of the nine ASEAN member states in Myanmar or Burma are supportive of the implementation of the five-point plan . Regarding the Rohingya  minority  , Mr. Hun Sen also said that consideration should be given to promoting their repatriation from Bangladesh to Return to Myanmar safely and quickly after Foreign Minister Prak Sokhon , Special Envoy of the ASEAN Chair He had a telephone conversation with the recently .  Regarding the outcome of the meeting, the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement on January 22 stating that Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Joko Widodo) also mentioned some points to the Prime Minister Hun Sen , including any solution in the case of Burma is Must be based on the ASEAN Five -Point Consensus and not follow the leader's five-point roadmap Burma's military coup ,  Min Aung Hlaing .  Burma's military leaders must allow a special envoy of the ASEAN chair to hold talks with all parties to the conflict, the statement said . It is urgent that this move paves the way for a dialogue to resolve the crisis in Burma .  Indonesian President Joko Widodo also stressed that if there is no progress on the implementation of the ASEAN Five-Point Agreement That representation of Myanmar or Burma allows non-representatives from the Burmese military leadership to participate in Future ASEAN Summit .  As for the proposed ASEAN Troika  mechanism , Joko Widodo will discuss it at the upcoming ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting .

Hun Sen calls for ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting as soon as possible


PM Hun Sen Asks ASEAN Foreign Ministers to Hold Closer Meeting to Discuss On two initiatives in Myanmar or Myanmar.

The proposal comes as Hun Sen , chair of the 2022 ASEAN rotating presidency, had a telephone conversation with Indonesian President  Joko Widodo . ) On January 21 and after Cambodia postponed the .

A statement from the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs states that Hun Sen reassured Indonesian President Joko Widodo that the five principles should be achieved. ASEAN's point on Burma He asked the ASEAN foreign ministers to discuss two initiatives, including the first. Establishment of the ASEAN Troika,  or tripartite body composed of foreign ministers from Brunei ( former ASEAN chair ) , Cambodia ( ASEAN chair ) Currently ) and Indonesia (   Future ASEAN Chairs ) and the ASEAN Secretary-General to coordinate and monitor the implementation of the ASEAN Five -Point Agreement. The second part is to hold a consultation meeting on the provision of humanitarian aid and the provision of vaccinations to the people of Myanmar without Discrimination .  

In addition to these mechanisms, the Special Envoy of the ASEAN Chair , with the participation of observers composed of diplomats of The representatives of the nine ASEAN member states in Myanmar or Burma are supportive of the implementation of the five-point plan . Regarding the Rohingya  minority  , Mr. Hun Sen also said that consideration should be given to promoting their repatriation from Bangladesh to Return to Myanmar safely and quickly after Foreign Minister Prak Sokhon , Special Envoy of the ASEAN Chair He had a telephone conversation with the recently .

Regarding the outcome of the meeting, the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement on January 22 stating that Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Joko Widodo) also mentioned some points to the Prime Minister Hun Sen , including any solution in the case of Burma is Must be based on the ASEAN Five -Point Consensus and not follow the leader's five-point roadmap Burma's military coup ,  Min Aung Hlaing .

Burma's military leaders must allow a special envoy of the ASEAN chair to hold talks with all parties to the conflict, the statement said . It is urgent that this move paves the way for a dialogue to resolve the crisis in Burma .

Indonesian President Joko Widodo also stressed that if there is no progress on the implementation of the ASEAN Five-Point Agreement That representation of Myanmar or Burma allows non-representatives from the Burmese military leadership to participate in Future ASEAN Summit .

As for the proposed ASEAN Troika  mechanism , Joko Widodo will discuss it at the upcoming ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting .
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