State defence duties must be successfully served through united strength: Senior General

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SAC Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing presents foodstuffs for Tatmadaw members and families to the South-East Command Commander on 16 October.

As success can be achieved with the strength for any tasks, it is necessary to culture the practice for doing anything at full capacity. Individual strength and united strength will help achieve greater success in military unity and generate the united strength in serving the State defence duties, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing in a meeting with Tatmadaw members and families of Mawlamyine Station of South-East Command yesterday afternoon.

Dutiful serving of individual assignments is serving State defence duties
Speaking on the occasion, the Senior General said each Tatmadaw member needs to dutifully serve their assignment under disciplines and must continuously take training for improving three capabilities. As success can be achieved with the strength for any tasks, it is necessary to culture the practice for doing anything at full capacity. Individual strength and united strength will help achieve greater success in military unity and generate the united strength in serving the State defence duties. United strength of the Tatmadaw must be utilized in nation-building tasks. All Tatmadaw members and families need to participate in successful undertaking the nation-building tasks through the united strength.

Successfully build the military unity
Deeply following the military disciplines will help ensure the military unity. The military unity is of great importance for the Tatmadaw, and if the military units forge unity among them, anyone cannot break down the Tatmadaw. Commanders and leaders need to manage unity among all military units, and if they manage the units under the military disciplines, orders and directives in fairness, administration will cover them in fairness. Lack of military unity will harm the administration.
Military owned agriculture and livestock farms are being undertaken for welfare of Tatmadaw members. All leaders at management level need to implement the projects of welfare whereas subordinates must systematically follow the leadership. If they operate military owned agriculture and livestock farms as well as manageable farms, benefits from these farms will contribute much to the welfare of the Tatmadaw members. Success of military unity and welfare tasks will boost the activeness of Tatmadaw members. They have to uplift the morale of Tatmadaw members via internal sports meetings.
The Senior General presented foodstuffs for Tatmadaw members and families to the commander and wife of the Senior General, cash for the station maternal and child welfare association to the wife of the commander.
After the meeting, the Senior General cordially greeted Tatmadaw members and families.—MNA

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