Terrorist group accuses military of firing rockets at Loikaw airport in Brussels


Yangon, January 2 

Karenni State The Burmese military said in a statement that more than 35 people had been killed in the December 24 arson attack on Loikaw airport in the town of Phruso. 

United Nations Security Council; The statement came as the international community called for an investigation into the military's arson attack on more than 35 people, including two Save the Children staff. 

A statement from the Terrorist Army said, Near Moso village, 2021 On the morning of December 24, seven vehicles were found and stopped for security checks. As they drove away, people were waiting on the hills near Moso village. 40mm grenade launcher; They retaliated with small arms fire. 

One M-16 assault rifle, a machete and ammunition were found in the incident. 1 point-22 pistol; Three pistols; Seven grenades; 25 rounds of M-16 ammunition; Two bullets; Guerrilla uniforms; Some people were arrested dead along with related items. The fire also damaged seven vehicles carrying foodstuffs forcibly collected from villages for consumption of diesel.

The militant group claimed responsibility for the attack, which involved firing rockets at a civilian passenger plane landing at Loikaw airport that morning and fleeing in civilian clothes. 

Terrorist forces occupy Sagaing Division after military coup Chin State The international community has strongly criticized the massacre in many places, including Karenni State.