MoHT Union Minister meets Magway hoteliers, attends Mann Shwesettaw pagoda festival

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Union Minister for Hotels and Tourism Dr Htay Aung presided over a meeting on the tourism development in Magway Region and plans to create tours for local and foreign travellers with Magway Region Chief Minister U Tint Lwin, the Economic Affairs minister and officials at the regional government office on 4 February.
The Union minister then attended the meeting with the Magway Region Tourism Committee officials and hoteliers organized at the same place.
During the meeting, the Union minister underscored the COVID-19 health rules, vaccination programmes to discharge public services coexisting with the pandemic, the development of the socio-economic status of local people by developing destinations in line with regulations, directives and short/long-term strategic plans, cooperation works of departments concerned, private and local people and the needs of Magway hotels to work together with the government, the private sector and residents to develop tourism-related sectors.
The chairman of the Hotelier Association (Magway Zone) received certificates, which were issued in line with the Enchanting Myanmar Health & Safety Protocol, on behalf of hotels from Region Economic Affairs Minister U Aung Chain.
Then, the Union minister inspected the training on health and occupational safety conducted by the Region Directorate of Hotels and Tourism at Nanhtikethu Hotel.
The Union minister attended opening ceremonies of Mann Shwesettaw Pagoda, lower Settawya, upper Settawya, three-storey religious buildings, the elevator tower and the third anniversary of the elephant camp together with Region Chief Minister U Tint Lwin, the commander of the Central Command and other regional cabinet members. — MNA

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