3rd Meeting on recommendations regarding Rakhine State affairs

Dr. Win Myat Aye (Centre, Left) and Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu (Centre, Right) discuss at meeting of the Implementation Committee on Recommendations on Rakhine. Photo: MNA
Dr. Win Myat Aye (Centre, Left) and Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu (Centre, Right) discuss at meeting of the Implementation Committee on Recommendations on Rakhine. Photo: MNA

The 3rd Meeting of the Implementation Committee on Recommendations Regarding Rakhine State Affairs was held yesterday afternoon at the meeting hall of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Relief and Resettlement.
Dr. Win Myat Aye, Union Minister for Social Affairs, Relief and Resettlement, in his address to the meeting stressed the need to identify the long-term works and works that need immediate action depending on the real
situation at the ground level. He added that it was necessary to sort out the priority works and to start implementing the cases that need urgent action; in carrying out the tasks the aim should be to produce long-lasting benefits and putting stability, security and rule of law in place. Then, U Nyi Pu, Chief Minister of Rakhine State Government, explained the harvesting of crops, the discussion on clearing the ground ravaged by fire, the implementation works to be in line with the existing law and the establishment of an implementation committee at State level in accordance with the law. He then added that since the long-term plan was as important as the plan of immediate action, it was necessary to take great care in carrying out the works that should be aimed at regional development.Afterwards, the Deputy Minister for Border Affairs and Secretary of the committee, Maj-Gen. Than Htut, discussed that a policy would be needed in implementing the projects and to resettle the ethnic villages and to construct concrete layers on border roads. Then, committee members, Permanent Secretaries and department heads participated in sector-wise discussions on regional security, rule of law, and forming the accepting and resettling committees for returnees, the preparation works for issuing NV Cards, quick release of news, scrutiny on land ownership, the improved efficiency of the telephone lines, preparations for the students at relief camps to be able to continue their studies and rendering health care and electrification. —Myanmar News Agency

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