Ministry of Construction holds 2nd coordination meeting

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Union Minister U Shwe Lay presides over the second coordination meeting of his ministry yesterday.

The Ministry of Construction held the coordination meeting to discuss matters relating to the successful implementation of the five key stages of the State Administration Council, directives of the Chairman of the Council, further implementations of the Ministry, policies, personnel issues and status of the current business development, under the COVID-19 health guidelines yesterday morning in Nay Pyi Taw.

At the meeting, Union Minister for Construction U Shwe Lay said from the time the State Administrative Council took responsibilities of the State, five key roadmaps and nine goals for politics, economy and society have been set and civil servants must follow the procedures and objectives set by the sector.

Although civil service personnel have different beliefs and practices, they must perform their duties to function the whole State machinery properly.
The Union Minister added the 10,000 public housing units which have been implemented by the Ministry in Nay Pyi Taw, Yangon and Mandalay as per the COVID-19 economic relief plan and the need to remedy joint ventures of other departments of the Ministry, including the Department of Road Transport Administration which has been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

He stressed the importance of conducting implementations with the 2020-2021FY fund in the set time and meeting 100 per cent of the quality and standards.

He urged the civil service personnel to work hard as per the existing laws, rules and regulations to function the machinery of the State, to continue research activities and to comply with financial regulations in carrying out activities.

Deputy Minister U Min Htein discussed the future plans of the Ministry, activities to be implemented under the State Administration Council and living under the staff rules and regulations.

Permanent Secretary U Aung Myint Oo explained the status of the construction work of the Ministry and the situation to proceed following the rules regarding the staff who have been participating in the CDM campaign.

The meeting also discussed the status of the current implementation and further plans, staffing issues, financial difficulties including the current inconvenience in withdrawing money from banks and transportation of the necessary building materials and labour issues and difficulties for some skilled workers to come to work, and the Union Minister coordinated as necessary. —MNA/GNLM

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