SAC Vice-Chair Dy C-in-C of Defence Services C-in-C (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win meets, comforts locals, departmental staff, Tatmadaw members, families, provides foodstuffs in Kyauktaw, Rathedaung of Rakhine State

Chairman of National Disaster Management Committee Vice-Chairman of the State Administration Council Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win and wife Daw Than Than Nwe yesterday morning inspected the damage in Cyclone Mocha-hit Kyauktaw and Rathedaung of Rakhine State, separately met and comforted the residents, departmental staff, Tatmadaw members and their families.
First, the Vice-Senior General and party observed the losses and damage, recuse works and rehabilitation processes in Kyauktaw and Rathedaung townships.
Then, the Vice-Senior General and party met and comforted the storm victims-local people and departmental staff at the respective locations.
During the meeting, the Vice-Senior General said he came to the disaster-affected areas to check the rehabilitation activities in person according to the directive of the Prime Minister. It is such as glad case as the residents conducted rehabilitation processes for their townships, ward and villages with a strong sense of self-reliance. The people and departments concerned also should participate in the rehabilitation processes of recuse teams.
The universities and basic education schools will be opened on 1 June and so it should conduct repairing works on the destroyed schools for the students to be able to study safely and peacefully. In doing so, it should prioritize the high schools that host the largest numbers of students and it should repair the township hospital (50-bed) as quickly as possible.
It needs to collect the data to launch rehabilitation processes quickly. The departments concerned should collect the correct data in respective townships to distribute the relief items systematically. The SAC released the announcements declaring disaster-hit regions according to Section 11 of the Natural Disaster Management Law. Moreover, the senior military officers were assigned duties in these areas to carry out the rehabilitation processes. The people of respective townships should work together to be better than the original situation.
Then, the attendees reported on the damages and losses and the Vice-Senior General provided rice, cooking oil, beans and fish paste to the victims of Mocha and departmental staff.
The Vice-Senior General and party also provided cash assistance to the members of the Bago Region Myanmar Fire Brigade who served recuse and relief measures in Rathedaung township.
Moreover, the Vice-Senior General and party went to Kyauktaw and Rathedaung stations and separately comforted the officials, other ranks and families who faced the impacts of natural disasters. The Vice-Senior General then provided foodstuffs and cordially greeted them. — MNA/KTZH

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