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May Yu radios distributed to Bengali speakers in Rakhine State

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Bengali-language speakers in Buthidaung, Maungtaw and Yathedaung townships in Rakhine State were provided with May Yu FM Radios under the ASEAN-ROK Fund on the Repatriation of Displaced Persons in Rakhine State yesterday morning.
The Ministry of Information makes efforts for providing Bengali-language users in Rakhine State with access to the May Yu FM Radio programmes, which is one of seven priority projects of the readmission process of displaced persons, according to the initial report by the ASEAN Emergency Response and Assessment Group.
At the ceremony, Daw Phyu Phyu Win, Buthidaung Township Head of Information and Public Relations Department, spoke about the work being done to get real-time information, the current situation and the broadcasting status of May Yu FM radio programmes, and department staff distributed leaflets.
A total of 28,400 May Yu FM Radios were distributed for the Bengali-language users in a total of 62 ward/village tracts in Buthidaung Township yesterday. It is reported that a total of 45,000 May Yu FM radios has been provided in Maungtaw, Buthidaung and Yathedaung townships in Rakhine State. – IPRD/GNLM

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