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The State Administrative Council under the Myanmar military junta on Tuesday said it will reopen the country by next month, starting with border crossings with China and Thailand, ahead of a scheduled resumption of welcoming international tourists in the second quarter of 2022. It comes amid continued internal clashes between civilian and military troops in the aftermath of the military coup on February 1. Even though many foreign investors and businesses had already departed Myanmar, such as Norway’s Telenor group, the military-appointed Minister of Information Maung Maung Ohn claimed it was the first move to open the door for further […]

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the junta are delusional who would want to enjoy a holiday there only to witness local people and children being attacked unfortunately its always the people who suffer in these disturbing events , the expm is being charged for voting fraud ? yet she got 75% of the votes the people of the world wont visit till democracy be established

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8 minutes ago, Disenfranchised said:

Always said 'people visiting N Korea are idiots', the same can be said for those who harbour a wish to vacation in Burma.

Well I would say that is applicable to any country run by a military or psuedo military government

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On 11/17/2021 at 5:43 PM, Thaiger said:

The State Administrative Council under the Myanmar military junta on Tuesday said it will reopen the country by next month, starting with border crossings with China and Thailand, ahead of a scheduled resumption of welcoming international tourists in the second quarter of 2022. It comes amid continued internal clashes between civilian and military troops in the aftermath of the military coup on February 1. Even though many foreign investors and businesses had already departed Myanmar, such as Norway’s Telenor group, the military-appointed Minister of Information Maung Maung Ohn claimed it was the first move to open the door for further […]

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Sounds like those from a scam invite

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