Information Deputy Minister meets with IPRD department officials in Mandalay, Sagaing regions

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Deputy Minister for Information U Ye Tint met with employees of the Ministry of Information in Sagaing and Mandalay Regions yesterday at the Department of Information and Public Relations in Mandalay.
At the meeting, the Deputy Minister discussed the current developments of the country and asked the staffs to perform their duties faithfully, and to enhance the information sector through appropriate reforms. He added necessary preparation should be made to improve the information and public relations activities and bring them back to normal as numbers of COVID-19 cases have declined and the stability and security of the country improved.
Today, some of young people in the country are involved in destructive activities with little knowledge and thinking due to the mobilization of destroyers, therefore, it is necessary to increase the education of young people. The Prime Minister has allowed the Information and Public Relations Department to be expanded to make it more extensive under the amended constitution. Plans are underway to provide the staff with upgraded capacity building as soon as possible.
In the afternoon, the Deputy Minister met with the staff of the PyinOoLwin District and Township Information and Public Relations Departments and the retransmission station in PyinOoLwin.—Region IPRD/GNLM

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