MoI UM meets Yangon-based staff for year-end reflection, celebration

Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn met the staff from Yangon-based departments and enterprises under the Ministry of Information at StudioA of Myanma Radio and Television (Yangon) on 24 December.
First of all, the staff present at the meeting were explained countering misinformation, titled “Preventing Media Poisoning,” and reflected on the ministry’s responsibilities, “State Building and the Role of State Media”, using video clips.
In his remarks, the Union minister stated that the State Administration Council/government had to assume control of state responsibilities due to the former government’s voting rigging. He highlighted the government’s efforts to achieve prosperity, food security, and the strengthening of a genuine and disciplined multiparty democracy, the building of a Union founded on democracy and federalism, the five-point roadmap, and nine political, economic, and social objectives, calling on the staff to dedicate their efforts to these endeavours.
Subsequently, the Union minister engaged in entertainment programmes and gift exchanges with staff members during the Christmas celebration. Christian staff members working on ethnic TV programmes and radio at the Myanma Radio and Television in Tatkon, Nay Pyi Taw, gathered for prayer and carol singing on 24 and 25 December.
The celebration included exchanging gifts, ethnic food stalls, and the participation of staff members and their families from various faiths. — MNA/NT

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