The Tatmadaw and Myanmar Press Council held a workshop in Yangon on Tuesday, discussing the relationship between the two sides.
At the meeting, Maj-Gen Soe Naing of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army) of Defence Services explained the releasing information by the Tatmadaw on Rakhine issue.
They also discussed the media law and journalistic ethics.
At the fifth workshop, senior military officers discussed fake accounts on social media, fake news and accusations against the Tatmadaw and efforts for the Tatmadaw to turn itself into a standard army.
U Ohn Kyaing, Vice-Chairman-1 of the Myanmar Press Council said the council will brief the experiences gained in a recent workshop of the four pillars of the country and the weak and strong points of the media discussed in the workshop with the Tatmadaw will be conveyed to the media personnel.
Maj-Gen Soe Naing Oo, Chairman of the Tatmadaw True News Information Team said the Tatmadaw is carrying out its duties abiding the law and has taken actions against its members who break the law while following the international conventions.