Navy vessels carrying Myanmar citizens from Malaysia crossing international waters

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Myanmar returnees are seen undergoing medical treatments onboard the Navy vessels.

According to the directives of Chairman of the State Administration Council Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the Myanmar Navy ships carrying a total of 1,086Myanmar nationals from Malaysia reportedly left Lumut jetty at 5:40 pm of Malaysia Time on 23 February.

The officials of Myanmar Navy ships provide the necessary things including safety, foods and healthcare services on the way. The medic team provided healthcare services to 59 people for general illnesses like sick and cough.

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Navy vessels that carry Myanmar citizens from Malaysia, are crossing the international waters.

The officials of the Myanmar Navy will provide the needed things for the returnees like a reunion with their family members and job opportunities. The navy ships carrying Myanmar nationals will arrive in Myanmar on 27 February.—MNA

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