President U Thein Sein attends Chin National Day celebration

Chin State Chief Minister U Hong Ngai presents a Chin traditional dress, a turban, a bag and a sword to President U Thein Sein at the celebration of 67th Anniversary of Chin National Day in Haka.
Chin State Chief Minister U Hong Ngai presents a Chin traditional dress, a turban, a bag and a sword to President U Thein Sein at the celebration of 67th Anniversary of Chin National Day in Haka.

President U Thein Sein and party attended a celebration of the 67th Anniversary of Chin National Day in Haka on Friday.
On his arrival at Vann Thou Moung sports ground where the Chin National Day was celebrated, the President was presented with a Chin traditional dress, a turban, a bag and a sword to wear by Chin State Chief Minister U Hong Ngai.
Next, the President cordially greeted those present including students, local people and foreign visitors who were giving enthusiastic welcome to him.
Then, the President and party put up a mast, Bwayt-tai which means “Head”, and celebrated the 67th Anniversary of Chin National Day together with attendees.
Afterwards, the President presented gifts to Chin National Day celebration committee members, and Chief of General Staff (Army, Navy, and Air) General Hla Htay Win, sets of computers and accessories to responsible persons.
Through his greetings, the President called for cooperation based on two points of love for the country and wish for the national development for ensuring peace and prosperity
across the Union including Chin State. Next, the President enjoyed Chin traditional dances to mark the 67th anniversary celebration.
The President and party also attended a ceremony to open a new theater and maternity ward at Haka People’s Hospital.
The President, Union Minister Dr Than Aung, the Chin state chief minister and Parliament member U Robin formally opened the ceremony.
Next, they viewed round the newly-inaugurated theater and maternity ward. Then, the President and party offered provisions to members of Sangha at Myoma monastery in Haka. In the evening, the President met with Christian religious leaders at Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Hall.

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