State Counsellor meets Japanese and Myanmar Girl Guides

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Daw Aung San Suu Kyi participates in the campfire party with the chief girl guides and officials of Osaka Girl Guides. Photo: Myanmar News Agency

State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi delivered an address at the Fourth International Camp for MGG and GSJ jointly organized by Myanmar Girl Guides and Japan Girl Guides at the Gold Camp in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday evening.
In her speech, she said that camping can promote friendship among participants and is an opportunity to learn practical skills while the essence of it is to cooperate as friends among participants.
She also pointed out that it is an opportunity to meet and know girl scouts from a foreign country.
The State Counsellor also recounted that girl scouts of Thailand visited Myanmar to camp with them for about one or two weeks.
In conclusion, she said that it is also an opportunity to exchange culture between Myanmar and Japan.
Dr Daw Tin Hla Kyi, Chief Commissioner, Myanmar Girl Guides and Ms Kuniko Tatamitani of Osaka Girl Scouts extended greetings
Later, Dr Daw Tin Hla Kyi, Ms Kuniko Tatamitani and Ms Michiko Hanaoka, Chief Executive Organizer of Osaka Girl Scouts, International Commissioner, and Deputy Chief Commissioner of Myanmar Girl Guides Daw Khin Saw Ohma presented gifts.
After the ceremony, the State Counsellor, Union Ministers, the Chairman of the Nay Pyi Taw Council and officials posed for documentary photos with the Japanese girl scouts and Myanmar girl guides before lighting the campfire with the Chief Commissioner of Girls Guides and officials of Osaka Girl Guides.
The State Counsellor also enjoyed the performance of the girl guides.
92 Myanmar girl guides from high schools, colleges and universities and 41 Japanese girl guides had been on a camping trip from 28 to 31 December.—Myanmar News Agency

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