Commander-in Chief (Navy) Admiral Moe Aung inspects naval bases in Sittway

Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Admiral Moe Aung, who arrived in Sittway, Rakhine State, along with the commander of the local naval command and officials, examined the local naval jetty in Sittway Station, pumping out of sea water from water tanks, the status of Mingan port, buildings in local naval units yesterday. They also checked the staff housings for families and handed over the basic foodstuffs, kitchen appliances, vegetables, eggs, canned meat, and instant noodles after encouraging families.
Afterwards, the commander of the local naval command presented the preparatory state for Cyclone Mocha, the damage buildings caused by the cyclone, and the conditions of restoration works.
Then, the Admiral oversaw the damaged fence around the local naval command headquarters and the damage along the strand road. Finally, he visited the ESSAR jetty to supervise transport of relief materials to MyaukU by landing crafts from the Tatmadaw (Navy). — MNA/CT

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