IPRD releases photo book on public development works of govt

The Information and Public Relations Department under the Ministry of Information has introduced its photo book on public development works of the government during the period 2016-2020.
Union Minister Dr Pe Myint delivered a speech at the launching ceremony of the 400-pages book printed with 995 photos for 10 sectors in politics, foreign affairs and international cooperation, economy, religious affairs and culture, social, border areas and national races development, education, health, Myanmar literature development and raising public knowledge, transport and communications, and electricity and related sectors.
The Union Minister said that his office had published 17 books in August on the works of the First 100 Days of Government, the four series of annual record books, speeches of government leaders and their official trips from 2016.
He added that the IPRD created this latest book which reflects the quote ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’ as it covers public development works from 2016 to 2020 in the presentation of photos and captions.
The Union Minister added that the MoI is preparing for publishing one more photo book on the works of region/state governments at the end of February or early March next year.
The Union Minister then presented the copies of photo books to Permanent Secretary U Tin Win Aung from Pyithu Hluttaw Office for the legislative pillar; Permanent Secretary U Tun Ohn from the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture for the administrative pillar; Deputy Director-General U Nyo Tun from the Office of Supreme Court of the Union for the judicial pillar.
Deputy Minister U Aung Hla Tun handed over the copies of books to Lt-Col Aung Ko Thwin, the secretary of work committee from Tatmadaw True News Information Team, Director Daw Saw Nan Nwe from the Department of National Archives and Director Daw Mya Oo from the National Library.
On behalf of the attendees, Permanent Secretary U Tun Tun Naing expressed his appreciation on publishing the photo book that illustrates both visible and invisible success of the government in public development works, as well as its challenges and struggles.—MNA (Translated by Aung Khin)

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