Myanmar's junta leader Min Aung Hlaing calls up all military reservists to prepare for military operations to counter the recent offensives by rebel forces.
Myanmar state media reports that Tatmadaw-installed president Myint Swe expressed concern that the country will be divided into multiple parts if the success of the rebel offensive continues, as hundreds of soldiers are killed during the offensive.
Myanmar's military junta leader Min Aung Hlaing holds an emergency meeting with the military in Yangon in response to recent advances by rebel forces in Shan State, and the killing of a Myanmar Army colonel.
The Tatmadaw carries out an air strike in the Sagaing Region, Myanmar killing at least ten civilians and injuring more than a dozen others, according to local officials and eyewitnesses. Thirteen homes are also destroyed according to officials.
During an online emergency meeting, the foreign ministers of the ASEAN agree to exclude Myanmar's military junta chief Min Aung Hlaing from the upcoming ASEAN Summit to be held later this month. The country will instead be represented by non-political representative at the summit.
On the six-month anniversary of the coup, military junta leader Min Aung Hlaing names himself Prime Minister "in order to perform the country’s duties fast, easily and effectively", according to the ruling State Administration Council.
Myanmar's military junta deploys Tatmadaw troops and cuts Internet services in many parts of the country hours after security forces fired live rounds to disperse a demonstration in the northern state of Kachin.
"The Guardian" reveals that Australian ambassador to Myanmar Andrea Faulkner met with Commander-in-chief of the Burmese Armed Forces Min Aung Hlaing last month to discuss improving relations between the two nations and possibly training Hlaing's officers in Australia, among others. Human Rights Watch criticized this meeting as enabling Hlaing's genocide against the Rohingya.
The United States Department of the Treasury blacklists four top Burmese military leaders, including Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing, for their role in the persecution of Rohingya Muslims and other minorities.