Ko Ko Gyi says he welcomes Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the consultant who will lead the case against the Bengalis.

The Netherlands welcomes Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, a national counselor who is leading the charge against the Bengalis in ICJ. Ko Ko Gyi, who is also chairman of the People’s Party, said. He spoke to The Voice Daily following the opening of the office of the party’s office in Kan Gyi, Irrawaddy Division, on the evening of 24 November.

“Never! It is a lawsuit against the Kingdom. It belongs to the whole Kingdom. I believe it belongs to all citizens. The fact that the State Counselor has been leading the trip has also taken on his responsibilities and responsibilities at the initial stage. We welcome this as a show of responsibility, ”said Ko Ko Gyi.

In the face of this, there are many institutions in the country, such as the United Nations, the United States, and the United States. Home Justice Foreign Affairs It is necessary to fully cooperate with each other as the media and the media. “This incident underscores the need for international institutions to respond to international institutions in the face of international institutions,” he added.

“The country is breaking the law and breaking the law. No one has committed violence. It is not allowed. The party will stand alone with the government because the accusation against the state is a matter of national integrity, ”he said.

Myanmar, Myanmar President U Thein Sein Consultant The Gambia has been sued by the International Criminal Court (ICJ) on behalf of the Islamic State on behalf of the Organization of Islamic Nations (OIC) on behalf of the Islamic State.

The President’s Office will issue a case to the International Court of Justice (ICC), led by the State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi (Foreign Minister), to defend Myanmar’s interests in the case, the President’s Office announced on November 20.

The case will be heard in early December and will be the first time a legal case has been lodged in an international court by the International Criminal Court (OIC) of Myanmar and the Islamic State.