Senior General Min Aung Hlaing talks about regional development with town elders in Pathein
Ayeyawady Region is a proper area for the fish farming industry, grasping the market share for advanced fish products, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing in talking about regional development with town elders in the region government office in Pathein yesterday afternoon.
The Senior General noted that the Ayeyawady Region with high sufficiency of rice possesses quality paddy strains. He disclosed that a plan is underway to open more agriculture, livestock and industrial high schools across the nation, up from 50 districts.
In their reports, town elders requested the Senior General to establish an agriculture and livestock university in Ayeyawady Region and upgrade some road sections for better transport.
Speaking on the occasion, the Senior General underscored that the government will tackle policy affairs for the enhancement of the market economic system through collaborative efforts of businesspersons. He noted that Ayeyawady Region is a proper area for the fish farming industry, grasping the market share for advanced fish products. Moreover, he continued that if the cattle farming business can benefit the region and the State it is extended.
The Senior General unveiled that Pathein Airport will be upgraded to admit aeroplanes to land and take off. Ayeyawady Region embraces natural beauties, domestic foods and other sound foundations to operate tourism services. As projects of generating electricity were suspended in Myanmar in the past for various reasons, the country faced the loss of electrification chances.
The Senior General stressed that officials need to supervise the uplift of the living standard of people in Pathein and enforce traffic rules whereas residents have to follow the relevant disciplines.
After inspecting the urban areas of Pathein by car, the Senior General and wife paid homage to Shwemudaw Pagoda in Pathein and made cash donations for offering gold foils at the pagoda structure through officials. Later, the Senior General viewed round religious object shops and traditional handicraft shops at the pagoda. — MNA/TTA