A plan was set to convey the Union flag to respective regions and states once every five years: Vice-Senior General

All participants need to successfully implement five national objectives of the 76th Anniversary of Union Day to be able to shape perpetuity of unity among ethnic national brethren of the Union for sharing the future together, said Chairman of the Central Committee on Organizing the 76th Anniversary of Union Day 2023 Vice-Chairman of the State Administration Council Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win at the first meeting of the central committee at the Office of the SAC Chairman in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon.
Speaking on the occasion, the Vice-Senior General said that as the Diamond Jubilee Union Day was successfully marked on 12 February 2022, arrangements are being made to hold the Diamond Jubilee Independence Day on a grander scale. The 76th Anniversary of Union Day will be held as usual similar to the 74th Anniversary celebration.
Conveyance of the State flag of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar to regions and states to spend a night is one of the essences of the celebration. At the ceremony to mark the Diamond Jubilee Union Day, the Union flag kept in Yangon City was conveyed to Nay Pyi Taw Council Area on a grand scale. As a plan was set to convey the Union flag to respective regions and states once every five years, discussions must focus on such a measure.
The Vice-Senior General urged all to discuss necessary measures for the successful holding of the ceremony as the central committee, the management committee and subcommittees for organizing the ceremony have been formed. He underlined holding of the ceremonies in line with the Covid-19 protocols without weakness in security measures.
Chairman of the management committee Chairman of Nay Pyi Taw Council U Tin Oo Lwin reported on the progress of work by the management committee.
Officials from relevant subcommittees presented reports on the successful holding of the 76th Anniversary of Union Day. In his response to the reports, the Vice-Senior General coordinated necessary measures. Central Committee members Union ministers and those present took part in the discussions.
In conclusion, the Vice-Senior General said that as cultural troupes will arrive in early February 2023, relevant officials need to make necessary preparations. Erection of posters must be undertaken and the progress of work must be reported in time. The Vice-Senior General noted that all participants need to successfully implement five national objectives of the 76th Anniversary of Union Day to shape perpetuity of unity among ethnic national brethren of the Union and to share the future together, to forge the spirit on perpetual existence of the Union in mind, to end armed conflicts among ethnics which emerged together with the independence and to ensure perpetual existence of the Union with unity of all ethnics, to restore perpetual peace through unity. — MNA

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News