Senior General stresses reciprocal relationship between politics and economy

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing shaking hands with Mr Wang Yingfan, special envoy of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs .—mna
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing shaking hands with Mr Wang Yingfan, special envoy of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs .—MNA

Nay Pyi Taw, 5 Feb— Politics and economy is interrelated in such a way that political stability can pave the way for economic growth and vice versa, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing told Mr Wang Yingfan at a call here on Thursday.
The commander-in-chief of Defence Services told the special envoy of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs that military-related businesses are conducted in line with the law, and stressed intergovernmental coordination in border management to promote stability and peace.
Wang Yingfan said China plans to make more investments in foreign soils as the country’s supply has been much lower than demand over the past 30 years of its reform.
Peace and stability is key to regional and national development, with the Chinese special envoy recognizing the important role the Myanmar defence services play in restoring peace and stability and carrying out national development.
Constructive relationships between the two armies provide a solid foundation for bilateral relations between the two countries, he said, pledging cooperation in peace processes.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing called for improved bilateral relationships and pledged cooperation without detriment to the people.
Despite China’s policies, service personnel at low levels were found to be granted rights in some border issues, with the commander-in-chief noting that the people would suffer from being sandwiched between armed conflicts.
Scanty experience in politics and little knowledge make the economy weak, the commander-in-chief said, adding that Myanmar is faced with a challenge resulting from a tug of war over its geographically strategic location.—Myawady

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