Burmese Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun protested in front of the UN headquarters in New York to continue his presence in the UN
On September 17th, Burmese people from all over the United States marched about two miles from Flatiron Plaza (East 23rd St. & 5th Ave) to the front of the UN headquarters, marching through the center of New York, shouting slogans.
In addition to U Kyaw Moe Tun’s continued presence at the United Nations, The international exclusion of the military terrorist group that is openly operating illegally. They asked the international community to help to end the military dictatorship.
Burmese people from the protest column that came near the UN headquarters were treated to lunch by New York donors.
Thousands of people participated in the protest, led by the NYCBC group in New York City, and attended by Burmese-born ethnic groups from various states of the United States.
Photo – NYCBC