SAC Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing views preservation of Myanansankyaw Golden Palace in Mandalay

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State Administration Council Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing views round the Myanansankyaw Golden Palace in Mandalay yesterday

Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing accompanied by Council Joint Secretary Lt-Gen Ye Win Oo, Union Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture U Ko Ko, Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Myo Aung, Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Admiral Moe Aung, Commander-in-Chief (Air) General Tun Aung, senior military officers from the Office of Commander-in-Chief, the Commander of the Central Command, and officials checked the preservation of Myanansankyaw Golden Palace in Mandalay yesterday.
The Prime Minister looked round the golden palace including the glass palace, and conference halls.
Union Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture U Ko Ko and Assistant Director of the Department of Archeology and National Museum (Mandalay Branch) Daw Myo Myo Thaung and officials gave a briefing regarding the preservation of the entire area of the Palace.
In response to the briefings, the Prime Minister said that the Myanansankyaw Golden Palace is unlike other palaces, which are full of records about its structure and location.
Since the colonial era, the palace has had a complete set of domestic and foreign records and references, so all need to do their best to match the strong historical evidence and records, he commented.
There is a need to review the records of keeping ancient utensils and replicas in the rooms of the halls of the palace.
The Senior General stressed the need to decorate the pillars inside the palace to make it tidy. Some equipment including the throne needs to be covered with glass for long-term durability.
The roads connecting the palaces need to be made as much as possible according to the original patterns.
As the palace is an ancient heritage work, it needs to be preserved with special care, and if it is kept clean and tidy, it will attract more visitors, he added.
Afterwards, the Prime Minister and party viewed the documentary photographs of the Palace and the displays of royal accessories and gave guidance on necessary matters. — MNA/KZL

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