Junta holds second meeting of military attaches

Breaking News June 25, 2014 00:00

The spokesman team of the junta Wednesday invited military attaches of foreign embassies for the second briefing at the Army headquarters.

The spokesman team invited military attaches of 22 embassies to attend the meeting but 15 of them sent their military attaches to the Army headquarters.
The Canadian, Swedish, Chinese, Indian, South Korean, Pakistani and Russian embassies did not send the military attaches to the meeting.
Col Weerachon Sukhonthapatipak told the military attaches of the works of the junta during the past month.
The Nation

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