U Thaung Htaik (Shwedagon Pagoda Board of Trustees member / Chairperson of Myanmar Interfaith Central Organization)
I pray for all brothers and sisters of different faiths in Myanmar to be free from the grips of the global pandemic and possess mental and physical wellbeing, while having the strength to bring about peace and prosperity for the nation.
I urge all citizens to adhere to the health rules and regulations for preventing the spread of the virus, so that we may all be eventually free from its grip.
Stephen Than Myint Oo (Archbishop of Church of the Province of Myanmar [Anglican])
Our Father in Heaven, filled with compassion, kindness and love, bless the citizens of Myanmar during the occasion of Myanmar New Year. May they possess wealth of mind and health and be free from illnesses so that this year may be filled with auspiciousness, in the name of the Son of God, Jesus Christ. Amen.
Dearly beloved people of Myanmar, the important thing to do to overcome this hardship is to remain at home in patience and gain victory upon this threat to the global population. May peace and good health be upon you.
Al Haj Kalifa U Aye Lwin (Myanmar) Chief Convener, Islamic Centre of Myanmar)
Let me first wish peace and wellbeing in both mind and body upon the people of Myanmar during this auspicious New Year transition. The challenges we are currently facing are steps we must undertake to achieve success. Let us use this experience to drive forth development of our nation and utilize our strength to spread peace across the globe.
Daw Kathleen Thein (Founder of Ingyin May Hindu Women’s Network)
The people of Myanmar will be under the protection of Lord Krishna as we cross over from the old year to the New Year and possess lasting peace and fulfillment. May all the people of the nation have compassion towards each other and bring a permanent end to all internal conflicts.
On behalf of all Hindus, I pray for all the people of Myanmar and the world swiftly overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. May everyone be at peace, be at peace, be at peace.—MNA (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo)