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MoHT Union Minister discusses tourism development with hoteliers in Mon State

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Union Minister for Hotels and Tourism Dr Htay Aung held a coordination meeting with the hoteliers at Seinlaetin Hotel in Kyaikto Township of Mon State yesterday.
During the meeting, the Union Minister highlighted the decreasing COVID-19 infection rate, sharing knowledge on new destinations among people, tours to beaches and various destinations during this open season, preparations at the hotels for visitors, security measures and healthcare services for the travellers.
He underscored the need to follow the COVID-19 health rules, film video clips regarding hotel services, including the screening of these videos via state-owned media in addition to hotel areas, vaccination programmes for hotel staff and cooperation work between the entrepreneurs and employees.
Then, the Union Minister went to Ngwe Moe Hotel in Mawlamyine Township and met the economic minister of Mon State, departmental officials, Hoteliers Association (Mawlamyine Zone), hotel managers and staff.
During the meeting, the Union Minister talked about the resumption of domestic tourism, duties to conduct tourism development programmes without affecting nature and ancient heritage, development of the socio-economic status of locals with the sustainable development of domestic tourism and launching of health and safety protocol website of the ministry.
He also focused on the exploration of community-based tourism in Mon State with plenty of nature, pagodas and ancient heritage and collaboration between the government, private and locals.
Then, Economic Minister U Naing Lal Tama of Mon State gave the regional level certificate granted in line with the Enchanting Myanmar Health & Safety Protocol to the hotels which reopened in line with the health rules, and the Chairman of Myanmar Hoteliers Association (Mawlamyine Zone) received the certificates.
After that, the video clip about the hotel services conducted in line with the COVID-19 health rules was played. — MNA

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