Aid from Indonesia distributed in Yathedaung Township

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Union Minister Dr Win Myat Aye and Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu present foods and cash donated from Indonesia in Yethedaung on 26 September. Photo: MNA

Foods and aid donated by Indonesia delivered to people in Zaytipyin, Thayagone and Anautpyin villages in Yathedaung Township yesterday.
Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Dr Win Myat Aye, Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu and officials went by helicopter from Sittway to villages in Yathedaung Township on 26 September morning to distribute foods donated from Indonesia. In his meeting with villagers from Anautpyin village, the Union Minister said “The government and all never accept terrorism. Terrorism brings more disadvantages than advantages. Stability and peace of a region depends upon all the people in the region and he urges all to cooperate with responsible officials. The government also had the responsibility to care for people who were not involved in terrorism and thus it is providing food required by the people. The recent donation is from Indonesia for all who lived peacefully.” People from the village replied to the Union Minister that no one is involved with terrorists, they don’t want terrorism and want to live peacefully.
Afterwards, the Union Minister and party arrived in Zaytipyin and Thayagone villages and encouraged people in the villages. Moreover 707 households in the villages were provided Ks 14.11 million. There are 2,770 people in 615 households in Anautpyin villages and 3,721 people in 707 households in Zaytipyin and Thayagone villages where local nationals and Hindus lived.

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