Deputy Information Minister meets staff of IPRD in Yamethin, Meiktila Districts

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Deputy Minister U Ye Tint views the course for youths during summer holidays in Meiktila District.

Deputy Minister for Information U Ye Tint yesterday arrived at the Yamethin District Information and Public Relations Department to inspect the library and meet with the assistant director and staff. Then, he discussed with the trainees who attend the summer Japanese language course conducted jointly with volunteer teachers at the IPRD office.
On arrival at the IPRD office of Pyawbwe Township, the Deputy Minister observed the first aid training conducted by the township Red Cross Society and instructed the necessary things.
At noon, he went to the Meiktila District IPRD office and met with the coaches and trainees of the basic Thaing (martial art) course conducted by the Township Myanmar Traditional Martial Art Subcommittee and Fitness Dance class launched by the Sports and Physical Education Department.
He also met with the assistant director and staff of the Meiktila District IPRD Office, department heads concerned and in charge of the MRTV retransmission station of Thazi and Mahlaing townships.
During the meeting, he stressed the need to launch awareness campaigns and courses for the youths during summer holidays, serve the duties in accord with the six-point oath and other matters. — Meiktila District IPRD/KTZH

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