MoI Union Minister meets private TV, FM broadcasters

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The meeting between the MoI Union minister and private broadcasting entrepreneurs in progress.

Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn met private television and FM broadcasters yesterday afternoon in Nay Pyi Taw. The meeting was also attended by Deputy Minister U Ye Tint, Permanent Secretary U Myo Myint Maung, departmental officials and officials from private television and FM broadcasting channels.
At the meeting, the Union minister said true news is being broadcast to the people through state-owned media. Destructive media outlets, which do not want the stability, peace and unity of the State, are inciting hatred towards the government with false information, while terrorists are also threatening the people with fear.
He said that the Prime Minister recognizes the importance of the media sector, adding the people’s strength is critical for the development of the country, and only when the country is stable and peaceful can the people be able to work without delay.
He urged the media sector to help spread the truth. Now is the time to prioritize the development of the country instead of blaming each other, he said.
Afterwards, the deputy minister explained the situation to be taken forward by the media sector, and officials from the broadcast channels presented the current activities, further situations and challenges in current broadcasting, and the Union minister gave a concluding remark. — MNA

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