MoFA Union Minister, MoIC Union Minister hold virtual meeting with Myanmar Ambassadors, Permanent Representatives, Consuls-General and Charges d’affaires of embassies in foreign countries


Union Minister for Foreign Affairs U Wunna Maung Lwin and Union Minister for International Cooperation U Ko Ko Hlaing co-hosted a video conferencing on clarification of the guidance of the State Administration Council Chairman Prime Minister with Myanmar Ambassadors, Permanent Representatives, Consuls-General and Charge d’affaires of embassies in foreign countries, from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday.
It was attended by the permanent secretary and directors-general of the ministry.
First, Union Minister U Wunna Maung Lwin explained the guidance of the SAC Chairman Prime Minister.
Regarding the six-month work performance of the government, he said the SAC serves the State’s responsibilities under the 2008 Constitution by laying down the five-point roadmap and nine objectives. It also practises independent, active and non-aligned foreign policy and upholds the principles of peaceful coexistence among the nations.
He also said the Myanmar Embassies in foreign countries are responsible to promote bilateral relations and protect the interests of Myanmar citizens, and so they need to show a sense of duty awesomely.
They should respond to and announce promptly the misinformation of foreign countries regarding the actions of the government.
He then highlighted the security of embassies, persons and documents and described the role of diplomats as attackers and defenders.
He also stressed the need for the heads of embassies to initiate international relations processes with a broader vision, strong stance and belief, to protect the fellows and supervise to ensure mutual respect.
He then clarified the work plans on acceptance of refugees from Rakhine State, work progresses, the situation between Myanmar and the UN, relations with ASEAN, stance, attitude and activities of the government.
Furthermore, Union Minister U Ko Ko Hlaing clarified the case being heard at the International Court of Justice, Rakhine State issue, proper progress in international countries and facts that needed to be taken into account in international relations and resolving conflicts. — MNA

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