MoHA Deputy Minister leads strategic meeting on anti-human trafficking efforts

Deputy Minister for Home Affairs and Chief of Myanmar Police Force Lt-Gen Ni Lin Aung, who also chairs the working committee for implementing the five-year anti-human trafficking plan, convened a strategic meeting with other members yesterday.
The chairman began by reflecting on last year’s achievements, which included educating the public on human trafficking through media channels, collaborating with local and international organizations such as embassies and INTERPOL’s National Central Bureau to rescue foreigners who had suffered plights in Myanmar, and rehabilitating trafficked victims.
He stated that 94 per cent of the work programmes involving collaboration, prevention, legal actions, and protection were successfully achieved in 2023.
Looking ahead to the future, the chairman presented four missions which included 62 points of procedures, and 169 task points for 2024. The new tasks aim to address the new forms and routes of human trafficking, including digital-assisted anti-human trafficking. The members of the working committee discussed the 2024 action plan.
Subsequently, the chairman encouraged team members to strive towards completing the fourth quarter of the five-year project (2022-2026), drawn up in accordance with internationally accepted norms, within the designated timeframe. — MNA/NT

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