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MoBA discusses development programmes for border areas

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Union Minister Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung joins the virtual coordination meeting on development programmes for border areas on 23 April 2021.

The Ministry of Border Affairs organized a virtual coordination meeting on the border areas development programmes yesterday.
During the 2/2021 meeting, Union Minister Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung discussed the two main objectives of the ministry — proportionate development between border area development and human resource development process and stability and peace in border areas to be carried out under the five future programmes and nine objectives of SAC, and accountability and responsibility of the staff in implementing quality development programmes and completing them in time in line with the set policies and directives.
The Union Minister also said the construction works are being carried out across the nation in proper momentum in 2020-2021FY despite some challenges. The meeting will find some solutions to resolve the challenges, difficulties and weaknesses.
He appreciated the efforts of current staff for serving their duties by following the civil services personnel rules and regulations. He urged them to keep performing the responsibilities for the interests of the country and people with the trust in each other without any bribery. He also highlighted the plans to assist the staff in line with the policies.
The Director-General for Progress of Border Areas and National Races then explained the current border area development programmes. The region/state heads clarified the completion of programmes in 2020-2021FY.
The Ministry of Border Affairs spent a total of K62,343.763 million of budget on rural development programmes in 2020-2021FY. It completed 72 per cent of all operations to date. — MNA

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