President U Win Myint addresses students from University for the Development of National Races

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President U Win Myint warmly greets students from the University for the Development of National Races. 
Photo: MNA

A ceremony to pay respects to and receive words of advice from the President for students from Batch 2 of the five-year education degree program from the University for the Development, of the National Races, Education and Training Department, under the Ministry of Border Affairs, was held at the Ngu Shwe Wah Hall of the Presidential Palace in Nay Pyi Taw at 9am
yesterday.
Attending this ceremony were Union Minister for Border Affairs Lt-Gen Ye Aung, Union Minister for Ethnic Affairs Nai Thet Lwin, Deputy Minister U Min Thu, Maj-Gen Than Htut, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of President’s Office U Khin Latt, departmental heads of the Ministry of Border Affairs, the rector and faculty members from the University for the Development of the National Races of the Union, and students from Batch 2 of the five-year education degree program from the University for the Development of the
National Races, and other officials.
First, President U Win Myint delivered an address.

( Full text of President U Win Myint’s address is covered on page 2.)

Afterwards, Ma Ei Paung Lay, a Wa ethnic national from Hopan Township, Wa Self-administered Division, Shan State, gave a short speech to express respects and thanks on behalf of the students from Batch 2 of the five-year education degree program from the University for the Development of the National Races.

This was followed by the students from the University for the Development of the National Races presenting souvenir gifts to the President.
Afterwards, the President, Union Ministers, Deputy Ministers, and officials took a documentary photo with the students from Batch 2 of the five-year education degree program from the University for the Development of the National Races.
At noon, Union Minister Lt-Gen Ye Aung met with the students from Batch 2 of the five-year education degree program from the University for the Development of the National Races at the Ministry of Border Affairs and entertained them with a tea ceremony.

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