MoEA holds monsoon tree-growing and fingerling-adding ceremony

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The MoEA Union minister, the deputy minister and officials are seen adding fingerlings to the ministry's lake.

A monsoon tree-growing and fingerling-adding ceremony 2022 was held in the compound of the Ministry of Ethnic Affairs at 10 am on 16 June.
First, Union Minister U Saw Tun Aung Myint, Deputy Minister U Zaw Aye Maung, the permanent secretary, the directors-general, the deputy directors-general and officials planted fish hatchlings in the ministry’s lake. Then, the Union minister and the deputy minister grew Ceylon ironwood saplings as the memorial of the monsoon tree-growing ceremony 2022 and the permanent secretary, the directors-general, the deputy directors-general, officials and staff planted saplings in the set places.
After that, the Union minister, the deputy minister and the directors-general viewed the cultivation of saplings by staff members, and the fertilizing, weeding and watering of over 72 per cent of the perennial trees that were planted in the last monsoon season.
The Ministry of Ethnic Affairs have planted Ceylon ironwood saplings, Spanish cherry saplings, teak saplings, Xylia xylocarpa saplings, Myanmar Padauk saplings, Bauhinia acuminate saplings and wind-break Manjansha plants, totalling 180 saplings and 7,000 fish fingerlings during this first ceremony. — MNA

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