US Ambassador Scott Marciel visited AAPP Museum
On April 27 at 2:00 PM, US Ambassador Scott Marciel, Political Officer Sean R.Smith, Political Specialist Khine Mwan Lurnn and two other embassy staff visited the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) museum and discussed with AAPP’s Joint Secretary U Bo Kyi, AAPP’s Documentation and Research In-Charge and Deputy Foreign Affairs Ko Zaw Moe, and AAPP’s Mental Health Assistance Program (MHAP) Chief Ko Kyaw Soe Win about AAPP’s activities and future plans, as well as the current political and human rights situation.
The News of U.S Embassy
On Friday, Ambassador Marciel congratulated Bo Kyi and the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners Burma on successful advocacy for political prisoners, including the amnesty of 36 political prisoners granted by President Win Myint on April 17. They visited the new political prisoner museum and discussed AAPP-B’s ongoing advocacy efforts and financial, mental, and career support for former political prisoners.
Credit U.S Embassy