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Sao Hkun Hkio (Burmese: စဝ်ခွန်ချို, pronounced [saʔ kʰʊ̀ɴ tɕʰò]; 19 August 1912 – 21 October 1990) was a Burmese political figure and diplomat who served as acting Foreign Minister of Myanmar in 1948, 4th Foreign Minister of Myanmar (1950-1958, & 1960-1962) as well as in the era of 1st Prime Minister of Burma U Nu. He was known for being the longest serving Foreign Minister of Myanmar. He additionally served as the last Saopha of Möngmit from 1936 to 1952. His elder brother-in-law, Sao San Tun was the Saopha of Mongpawn who was assassinated along with General Aung San, father of modern-day Burma who served as 5th Premier of British Burma Crown Colony from 26 September 1946 to 19 July 1947.

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  • Sao Hkun Hkio (Burmese: စဝ်ခွန်ချို, pronounced [saʔ kʰʊ̀ɴ tɕʰò]; 19 August 1912 – 21 October 1990) was a Burmese political figure and diplomat who served as acting Foreign Minister of Myanmar in 1948, 4th Foreign Minister of Myanmar (1950-1958, & 1960-1962) as well as in the era of 1st Prime Minister of Burma U Nu. He was known for being the longest serving Foreign Minister of Myanmar. He additionally served as the last Saopha of Möngmit from 1936 to 1952. His elder brother-in-law, Sao San Tun was the Saopha of Mongpawn who was assassinated along with General Aung San, father of modern-day Burma who served as 5th Premier of British Burma Crown Colony from 26 September 1946 to 19 July 1947.
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  • Sao Hkun Hkio (Burmese: စဝ်ခွန်ချို, pronounced [saʔ kʰʊ̀ɴ tɕʰò]; 19 August 1912 – 21 October 1990) was a Burmese political figure and diplomat who served as acting Foreign Minister of Myanmar in 1948, 4th Foreign Minister of Myanmar (1950-1958, & 1960-1962) as well as in the era of 1st Prime Minister of Burma U Nu. He was known for being the longest serving Foreign Minister of Myanmar. He additionally served as the last Saopha of Möngmit from 1936 to 1952. His elder brother-in-law, Sao San Tun was the Saopha of Mongpawn who was assassinated along with General Aung San, father of modern-day Burma who served as 5th Premier of British Burma Crown Colony from 26 September 1946 to 19 July 1947.
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