Myanmar becomes member of World Organization of the Scout Movement

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Delegation of Myanmar Scout Federation seen at the Yangon International Airport.  Photo: Myanmar Scout Federation

Myanmar was accredited 164th member of World Organization of the Scout Movement at the 41st World Scout Conference held in Baku, Azerbaijan from 13 to 20 August.
Myanmar Scout Federation chairman Dr Tin Nyo and party attended the conference and arrived back in Yangon yesterday afternoon.
Myanmar Women’s Chief Scout Dr Tin Hla Kyi, Myanmar Men Deputy Chief Scout U Tha Sein, senior scouts and youth scouts welcomed by at the Yangon International Airport.
The scout representatives of 160 nations attended the conference and nine nations including Myanmar were granted certificates and flags being recognized as members of World Organization of the Scout Movement.
Myanmar Scout Federation chairman Dr Tin Nyo and party met with World Organization of the Scout Movement chairman Mr Joao Armando Goncalves and Secretary-General Mr. Ahmad Alhen Dawai, South Korea Chief Scout and former secretary-general of United Nation Mr Ban Ki-moon and chief scouts of other nations and discussed matters relating to international incorporation of scout movement of Myanmar.—Myanmar Scout Federation

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