UN condemns the killing of WHO personnel in southeastern Myanmar

Yangon, June 9: The United Nations (UN) accused the killing of World Health Organization (WHO) personnel in southeastern Myanmar on Thursday.

Ramanasan Barakrishnan, UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Myanmar, called on all parties and stakeholders to respect the neutrality of the United Nations and humanitarians and protect the rights and security of civilians. UN condemns Mali’s attack on peacekeepers..

Myomin Hat, who had been working as a driver for nearly five years in the southeastern city of Mawlamyine, was shot dead on a motorcycle. In April 2020, WHO personnel also died while driving. A vehicle carrying COVID-19 samples in the state of Lakine in western Myanmar.

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