Information Work Committee discusses resettlement of IDPs

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Deputy Minister U Ye Tint chairs the coordination meeting of the IDP resettlement information work committee yesterday.

A coordinating meeting of the Information Work Committee on the resettlement of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) and eradication of the temporary camps 1/2024 was conducted yesterday morning in the meeting hall of the Ministry of Information in Nay Pyi Taw.
Deputy Minister for Information U Ye Tint, departmental personnel, and members of the Information Work Committee on resettlement of the IDPs attended the meeting.
During the meeting, Deputy Minister U Ye Tint addressed the issue of temporary displacement due to terrorist acts, highlighting the difficulties faced by internally displaced persons (IDPs) in education, healthcare, social services, economy, and access to food and shelter. He mentioned that the state government is actively working to restore normalcy and peace in affected areas, providing necessary assistance for the livelihoods of IDPs.
However, he stressed that this assistance is temporary and IDPs should return home when conditions permit. The state government is also facilitating resettlement efforts and urging IDPs to return home at the appropriate time.
Following this, the secretary of the information work committee presented the committee’s activities, plans, and proposals to the national-level committee.
Representatives from various departments, including Myanma Radio and Television, Information and Public Relations Department, the Directorate of Public Relations and Psychological Warfare, Ministry of Transport and Communications, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Border Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation, Ministry of Immigration and Population, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement, and Ministry of Ethnic Affairs, discussed pertinent issues in their respective sectors. Deputy Minister U Ye Tint made the concluding remark. — MNA/TMT

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