MoEA Union Minister inspects Director Office, ethnic literature, culture associations in Mandalay

DSC 5804 NS

Union Minister for Ethnic Affairs U Saw Tun Aung Myint, accompanied by Deputy Minister U Zaw Aye Maung, inspected the Director Office of the Ministry of Ethnic Affairs in Mandalay Region and met with ethnical literature and culture associations on 2 March.
First, the Union minister and party arrived at the Director Office and stressed the necessary things regarding the building of wall, drainage system and maintenance of office building to be carried out in the 2022-2023FY during the meeting with the department staff.
He then received the literature and cultural troupe members of the Mandalay Region. During the meeting, he highlighted the State development and peaceful nation through ethnic unity, the important role of unity in ensuring State stability, Pankhinn project, NCA talks, arrangements to appoint TA/LA teachers for respective subjects, protections of the rights of ethnic people in the Constitution and the authorities of Ethnic Affairs Ministers.
Then, the deputy minister coordinated the discussion and Mandalay Region Ethnic Affairs Minister U Sai Nuam explained the intentions of forming the ethnic literature and cultural associations.
Afterwards, the attendees to the meeting discussed the conservation of literature, culture, angible culture and intangible culture.
The Union minister handed over K400,000 to each literature and culture troupe and concluded the meeting. — MNA

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
Best athlete awards selected for 2019 and 2021
Safe Mekong Coordination Centre opens in Myanmar’s Shan State
CBM charges non-bank financial institutions for relocating, opening and closing branch offices
Illegal timbers, foodstuffs, consumer goods, industrial materials and vehicles confiscated
Raise momentum in combatting trafficking in persons
54 container ships scheduled to arrive at Yangon Port in Dec
CB Bank resumes cash withdrawal service of MPU Debit cards through ATM
Black gram price sinks below K1.7 mln per tonne
Tickets worth over K3,900 million sold in 45th Aung Bar Lay lottery
Japan offers 186 demand letters to over 500 Myanmar migrant workers