Study-tour of diplomats & families continues in Myeik Archipelago

Union Minister U Kyaw Tin and diplomatic delegation pose for a documentary photo on the island at the Myeik Archipelago yesterday. Photo: MNA
Union Minister U Kyaw Tin and diplomatic delegation pose for a documentary photo on the island at the Myeik Archipelago yesterday. Photo: MNA

A diplomatic delegation led by Union Minister U Kyaw Tin of the Ministry of International Cooperation continued, in a speed launch, their study tour of islands around the Myeik Archipelago yesterday.
First, they arrived at the Thayawthadangyi Kyun (island) where a pearl farm was developed by the Myanmar
Atlantic Company. Pearl farm in-charge U Saw Hte La briefed them on pearl farming and they studied the pearl farm.
They then proceeded to the Smart Island, one of the most popular sightseeing tours among domestic and foreign visitors both, where there are two beaches.
One is full of white sand on north and the other of colourful gravels on south. Diplomats and family members enjoyed its sceneries.
Next, they studied the life styles of Salon people at Donenyaunghmai Village and the Union Minister gave a donation of K 200,000 to them. The ambassador of Timor-Leste, head of the diplomatic corps, also donated their collection of US 568 dollars and K 1,328,000 to them. The diplomatic delegation led by Union Minister U Kyaw Tin left Myeik for Yangon by Myanmar Airways yesterday evening. —MNA (Translated by Aungthu Ya)

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