Now in its third year, nolene heizer said that “The effect of the military takeover on the country and its people has been devastating,
They called on member states to renew resolve for the continuation of their mandate and support for “an all-stakeholder approach, reflecting the will of the people, to promote a Myanmar-led process” to end suffering and death. Thanked
On 1 February, she said that the military had extended its state of emergency, intensifying the use of force to include more aerial bombardments, the burning of civilian homes, and others.serious human rights violations to maintain their hold on power,
He described the spread of martial law in 47 different townships and empowering citizens considered loyal to the regime by allowing them to carry guns.
There have been reports of increased violence in ethnic areas, as well as torture, beheadings, and mutilation of rebel fighters.
“We have just received reports 28 civilians were killed by the army in a monastery in southern Shan State this weekend.
He noted that despite brutal repression, widespread and popular resistance continues in most parts of Myanmar anyway.
“A generation that benefited from Myanmar’s previous openness, especially the youth Disillusioned now, facing old hardship And many feel they have no choice but to take up arms to fight the military regime.
Heavy fighting has spread to areas previously unaffected by the conflict, putting more civilian lives at risk and further complicating humanitarian actions to save lives in the midst of fighting, he said.
He said that the “four cuts” strategy has been implemented by the regime, “which wants block access to food, money, information and recruits – Targeting of civilians as a form of collective punishment continues.”
Ms. Heizer said the opposition National Unity government was constantly pointing out the brutality of the military forces, as well as warning resistance militias “not to commit inhumane acts.”
,With both sides determined to prevail by force, there is no possibility of a negotiated solution”, said the special envoy.
17.6 million need assistance
The conflict means that humanitarian needs continue to grow, with 17.6 million Burmese people in need of humanitarian assistance, Over 1.6 million were internally displaced, and an estimated 55,000 civilian buildings were destroyed. since the coup.
She said it was important, that the Myanmar-led process, reflect all voices – especially women, youth and minorities – be allowed to decide the future of the country
,Sustainable solutions for the Rohingya must be built into the design of a peaceful, inclusive and democratic Myanmar“, he added. “Their voice should be integral to the decision-making about their own future.”
He reminded the ambassadors that hundreds of thousands of refugees continue to face extreme hardship more than five years after the mainly Muslim Rohingya forced their mass exodus across the border into Bangladesh.
Earlier this month, another massive fire broke out at a Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, affecting 15,000 more World Food Program (WFP)wfp) has announced Need to reduce rations for refugees Due to severe shortage of funds this month.
Ms. Heizer urged member states to support the 2023 Joint Response Plan for the Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis, which $876 million, saying that “now is not the time for donor fatigue.”
He concluded by saying that despite the tragedy and deep uncertainty in Myanmar, “there is Unprecedented solidarity has emerged in country.
“I know that this General Assembly will renew its commitment to support the will of the people, including the Rohingya, to build a peaceful, just and democratic Union of Myanmar for all.”