Senior General stresses the need to meet the demands of meat and fish consumption of Yangonites as much as possible

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SAC Chair Premier Senior General Min Aung Hlaing views round the Thilawa multi-agriculture and livestock zone yesterday.

senior General Min Aung Hlaing gave guidance that it is necessary to meet the demand for daily meat and fish consumption of dwellers in the Yangon Region as much as possible with the production of meat and fish.
Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing yesterday inspected the implementation of the Thilawa multi-agriculture and livestock zone of Myanmar Economic Corporation between Yangon River and Hmawun Creek in Kyauktan Township of Yangon Region.
The Senior General stressed that the Yangon Region has the capacity for successful production of agricultural and livestock products due to smooth transportation facilities. In this regard, the government needs to create situations for the actual working process, he added.
The Senior General urged officials to apply experiences and techniques obtained from agricultural and livestock tasks abroad in the development of agriculture and livestock farming tasks in the mother country.
He underscored that efforts are being made to increase the production of meat, fish and seasonal crops to ensure the balance of supply and demand as well as control of basic foodstuff prices in the Yangon Region.
The Senior General explained that the MEC and Myanmar Economic Holdings Public Co Ltd are assigned duties so as to supply meat, fish and seasonal crop demands of Yangon and Mandalay regions on one hand.
MEC Chairman Lt-Gen Nyo Saw, MEHPCL Chairman Lt-Gen Hsan Oo, Quartermaster-General Lt-Gen Kyaw Swa Lin and officials reported to the Senior General on the progress of multi-agriculture and livestock farming tasks including Thilawa multi-agriculture and livestock farm and 26th-mile multi-agriculture and livestock farm.
The Senior General and party viewed round the display of sample fish, eggs, dairy products and other products produced from the Thilawa multi-agriculture and livestock farm, viewed the hatching of fish in the zone and fingerling farming tasks. — MNA/TTA

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