MoRAC Union Minister receives Thai Ambassador

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Union Minister U Ko Ko receives the Thai ambassador yesterday.

Union Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture U Ko Ko received a delegation led by Thai Ambassador to Myanmar Mr Mongkol Vlsitstump at the Union minister’s guest hall of the ministry in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
During the meeting, the Union minister talked about the matters related to the main activities of the ministry; propagation of Theravada Buddha Sasana and conservation of Myanmar cultural heritages, willingness for Myanmar-Thai cooperation for culture exchange, archaeological and museum-related activities between universities and invitations to Thai people/monks to study at International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University.
Then, the Thai ambassador said he will attend the Traditional Dance Festival of Mekong-Lancang to be held in Myanmar on 19 January and the country will also participate in similar festivals held in Myanmar. Such cooperation can enhance the bilateral relations, he added, saying cooperation should also be made to hold festivals and conduct tourism development programmes as COVID-19 has been controlled.
Also present at the meeting were Deputy Ministers U Aye Tun (Religious Affairs) and Dr Moe Zaw Tun (Culture) and deputy permanent secretaries. — MNA/KTZH

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