British action extended to 39 individuals and 31 organizations, including General Min Aung Hlaing British action extended to 39 individuals and 31 organizations, including General Min Aung Hlaing

British action extended to 39 individuals and 31 organizations, including General Min Aung Hlaing

British action extended to 39 individuals and 31 organizations, including General Min Aung Hlaing
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The British government announced on June 7 that it will continue to sanction 39 individuals and 31 companies, including coup leader General Min Aung Hlaing and top leaders.

Among them are General Mya Tun Oo, who are members of the military council. Lt. General Aung Lin Dway and Lt. General Le Win Oo, Including General Tin Aung San, former Chief of Defense Staff General Maung Maung Kyaw also participated.

On the additional block list, Htoo Company Group, U Tayza and his two sons, Union Attorney General Daw Thita Oo is participating. Daw Khin Phyu Win, director of Shoon Energy Company, which imports jet fuel to the Military Council Air Force; U Tun Min Lat, an arms broker from Star Sapphire Trading Company, is also involved.

In addition, the company 22 companies, including Dr. Nai Thu Aung's International Gateways Group; Office of the Commander-in-Chief of Myanmar Military Affairs, Security and Defense Britain has also imposed additional sanctions on nine military organizations, including the 33rd, 77th and 99th Infantry Divisions.

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