Myanmar, China exchange views on maintenance of law and order in border area

Myanmar and Chinese officials focus on friendly relations, prevalence of law and order at border area.—mna
Myanmar and Chinese officials focus on friendly relations, prevalence of law and order at border area.—MNA

Nay Pyi Taw, 8 March — Myanmar-China Friendship Association Special delegation led by Patron U Tin Oo and Chairman U Sein Win Aung visited the People’s Republic of China from 3 to 8 March 2015 at the invitation of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China. U Myo Aung, Secretary of Myanmar-China Friendship Association accompanied the delegation as a member.
While in Beijing, the delegation met with Mr. Liu Zhenmin, Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Wang Yingfang, Special Envoy for Asian Affairs of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Mr. Geng Zhiyuan, Executive Vice Chairman of China-Myanmar Friendship Association in separate meetings. U Thit Linn Ohn, Myanmar Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China also attended the said meetings.
During those meetings, they discussed matters related to promoting the friendly relations and cooperation, and also exchanged views on maintenance of law and order in border area. Myanmar delegation also expressed appreciation to Chinese government for humanitarian assistance provided to people who temporarily came to China for security concern.
Myanmar-China Friendship Association Special delegation also visited Yunnan Province from 5 to 8 March. Myanmar-China Friendship Association Special delegation was accompanied by U Aung Kyaw Oo, Myanmar Consul-General residing in Kunming. In Kunming, Yunnan Province, U Tin Oo and party met with Mr. Meng Sutie, member of Standing Committee, Yunnan Province, the Communist Party of China and proceed to Lincang County on 7 March. In Lincang, they met with Mr. Li Xiaoping, party secretary of Lincang municipal city and visited the temporary settlements at boundary pillar nos. 137, 127 and 125 set up by Chinese government for people who temporarily came from Kokang region to China for security concern. Delegation met with 1100 temporary displaced people living in temporary camp at boundary pillar no. 137 and about 1500 people at boundary pillar no. 127 camp. People temporarily sheltered at boundary pillar no.125 camp have already returned back to their homes.  Myanmar-China Friendship Association Special delegation arrived back Yangon on 8 March after conclusion of the fruitful visit. MNA

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