Written by U Ne Oo on 1996-01-09

Letter to the Hon. Bill Richardson

January 9, 1996.

The Hon. Bill Richardson

U.S. House of Representatives

Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Sir

Enclosed with this letter are my continuing appeal to the United Nations and the international community for their help in mediating Burma's political disputes. In this regards, I should like to request the U.S. Congress and the U.S. Department of States to continue their support for Burma's democracy movement. I particularly wish you to make a visit to Burma in order to broker peace and dialogue in Burma.

I also take this opportunity to thank you and the U.S. Congress for your efforts that have been made to help Burmese people and Burma. The continuing supports to Burma democracy movemrts to Burma democracy movement by the Government of America and, in particular, the U.S. Prepresentative to the United Nations are most apapreciated by the Burmese people.

Yours respectfully and sincerely

Sd. U Ne Oo.

1. Madeleine K. Albright, United States Representative to the United Nations, United Nations New York, N.Y. 10017, U.S.A.

2. John Shattuck, Assistant Secretary for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, United States Department of State.

Letter to the Hon. Senator Gareth Evans

January 9, 1996.

The Hon. Senator Gareth Evans

Minister for Foreign Affairs

The Parliament House

Canberra ACT 2600

Dear Senator

I should like to thank you and Mr Tim Fischer for your efforts, in connection with Mr Fischer's visit to Burma last December, to help solve Burma's political disputes. Enclosed with this letter are the communication to Mr Alvaro de Soto - U.N.'s Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs - and the current information regarding U.N. General Assembly 1995Assembly 1995. I would like to appeal you to continue your kind efforts in this matter and make initiatives to visit Burma. For your information, I have also enclosed the letter to the U.S. Congressman Bill Richardson to help us - the Burmese - in this matter.

I should also say, on this occasion, that in spite of the Australia's position in Asia being recognized as a middle-ranked-power, the Australia's influence upon the democracy movement in Burma is greater. It is certain that Burma will have to undergo an dergo an enormous social and political changes in the near future. I believe Australia, with its expertise on democratic institutions, is at the best position to help us in regards to these social and political changes.

I thank you once again for your kind attention to this matter.

Yours respectfully and sincerely Sd. U Ne Oo

1. Mr Tim Fischer, Coalition spokesman for Foreign Affairs.

2. Secretary, Human Rights Sub-Committee, Parliament of Australia, Canberra.

Letter from Mr Tim Fischer, M.P.


Tim Fischer MP

Federal Member for Farrer

Leader of the National Party of Australia

Shadow Minister for Trade

16 Jan 1996.

Dr U Ne Oo

48/2 Ayliffes Road

St Marys SA 5042

Dear Dr Oo

I am writing to thank you for forwarding to me copies of your recent letters to Minister Evans, the United Nations Assistant Secretary-General and US Government Congressman Richardson.

Please find enclosed a full copy of the article I wrote for The Australian newspaper, and I can assure you I will continue to monitor very closely the situation in your country.

Please accept my best wishes.

Yours sincerely


Letters to Senators in USA and Australia