State-level coastline natural resources management committee’s 2nd meeting held


The State-level coastline natural resources management committee’s second meeting was held at the Ingyin Hall of the Forest Department in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
Committee Chairman MoNREC Union Minister U Khin Maung Yi, Vice-Chairman MoALI Union Minister U Tin Htut Oo and committee members attended the meeting with respective region/state ministers joining it virtually.
Firstly, the chairman of the committee said that the state is conserving natural resources as a national duty, proceeding at a rapid pace to improve administrative processes of the State coastal and mangrove sector, Blue Economy is processing not only the business development concerned with sea and ocean but also the sustainability of coastal, stability of the ocean ecosystem, to improve social and business of the people, who are living in developing countries, connect with seas and in order to identify policies related to the development of Myanmar’s blue economy, a basic national-level coastal resource comprehensive management plan is being developed and implemented.
He also expresses Myanmar’s coastal line owns the three-fifths of Bay of Bengal ecosystem, that coast and marine ecosystem contain. It needs to resolve the loss of Marine Biodiversity, coral reefs, mangroves, sea grasses and water resources. As a consequence of the loss, it is necessary to resolve low food security and decrease in vocational careers. To control waste disposals such as plastic garbage, electronic wastes, and agricultural wastes must be controlled.
Then, the vice-chairman of the committee gave instructions and the secretary of the committee presented the tasks being implemented by the committee.
The committee members are working according to the relevant sector, difficulties and the plans to be carried out have been discussed and decisions have been made. —MNA

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