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Relief aid to be used in recovery efforts in Rakhine State delivered

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Under the guidance of the National Disaster Management Committee and the supervision of the Transport Committee, relief supplies have been transported to Rakhine State by air, water and land. The MCL-5 vessel loaded with 209 tonnes of timber, 106,290 corrugated iron sheets, 19,730 bags of rice, 372 makeshift tents, 68 rolls of tarpaulin sheets, 11.7 tonnes of nails, 21 tonnes of rivets, 61 cartons of instant noodles, three cranes, 20 cable rolls, and 1,560 related materials left the TMT jetty for Sittway yesterday evening.
Under the close supervision of the Myanmar Port Authority, military vessels (Mottama, Maha Bandoola, Pyitawaye 2, and Chindwin), supply vessels (603 and 604), MV Aquarius, MV Fortune, MV Sun Shine, and the MCL-5 vessel have shipped a total of 11,294.8 tonnes of relief supplies and, Khine Khine Phyo 33 and 34 vessels 249,762 gallons of diesel and 199,886 gallons of Octane 92 from the TMT jetty to Sittway since 16 May. — MNA/CT

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