THE Tatmadaw has carried out its duties to protect the lives and property of the people of Myanmar during the country’s transition to democracy, Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said at a meeting at an advanced military training school in Thanphyuzayat on Monday.
During the meeting, the senior general explained ongoing efforts aimed at building a modern army and securing internal peace. He ended the discussion by urging others to vote for those who are committed to furthering the public good. The senior general then presented books, food and cash to local battalions before proceeding to Kyainseikkyi Station. On Tuesday, the senior general visited Hpapon Station and discussed the nationwide ceasefire agreement, national defence duties and the four measures for building military power and ensuring the welfare of soldiers and
veterans. The senior general wound up the day by inspecting facilities at a military hospital in Hpapon.