Journalists visit Maungtaw, report on security, resettlement, repatriation readiness

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Journalists interviewing displaced persons at the Ngakhuya Reception Centre, Maungtaw yesterday. Photo: MNA

A visiting media delegation visited Maungtaw yesterday, reporting on stability, construction of houses for new villages, repatriation and rehabilitation of displaced people. They interviewed the Maungtaw District Administrator U Ye Htut at the General Administration Office in Maungtaw about arrangement for regional security and freedom of movement for local people.
Afterwards, the delegation visited the Ngakhuya Reception Centre and viewed the repatriation readiness. They also met with the displaced people who returned under the arrangement of the Union Enterprise for Humanitarian Assistance, Resettlement and Development in Rakhine State. Afterwards, they visited the shelter for local Hindus and interviewed the officials of the camp about food supply to the people, education and health care services for the people there and condition of houses being built in Maungtaw with the assistance of the Indian Government for the resettlement of the local Hindus.
The delegation comprised of journalists from the MRTV, MITV, MI Radio, MRTV-4, 7-Day Daily and Shwe Zarmani news agency


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