Tatmadaw grows more than 220,000 saplings in second monsoon tree-growing ceremony for 2023

Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing along with his wife Daw Kyu Kyu Hla engaged in a meaningful act of environmental conservation by planting a teak tree at the second monsoon tree-growing ceremony of families of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army, Navy and Air) for 2023.
The ceremony, held near the Yezin Dam in Zeyathiri Township of Nay Pyi Taw, saw the participation of senior military officers and their wives, Tatmadaw members and families.
Those families planted a total of 3,528 saplings, including 1,764 teak, 882 Manjansha, and 882 gum-kino plants. The objective behind this collective effort was to contribute to environmental preservation and provide shade for the people. Tatmadaw families of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army, Navy and Air) planted 188,055 precious trees, perennial trees, shade and windbreaks at tree-growing ceremonies 37 times from 2011 to date.
Simultaneously, various military commands across the country organized their respective monsoon tree-growing ceremonies. Notably, Nay Pyi Taw Command grew 9,500 trees, Northern Command 21,310, North-East Command 21,258 trees, Eastern Command 11,445 trees, Eastern Central Command 21,999 trees, Triangle Region Command 14,322 trees, South-East Command 13,273 trees, Coastal Region Command 12,964 trees, Yangon Command 17,286 trees, South-West Command 7,195 trees, Western Command 15,962 trees, North-West Command 8,713 trees, Central Command 35,247 trees and Southern Command 13,200 trees with the participation of commanders and officials. Yesterday, the whole Tatmadaw planted 227,202 trees. — MNA/TTA

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