Tatmadaw senior officers, officials assist in rehabilitation work in Rakhine State

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Lt-Gen Lu Aye cordially greets students during his inspection tours in Kyaukpyu.

under to Section 11 of the Natural Disaster Management Law, the State Administration Council declared the areas damaged by Cyclone Mocha as areas affected by natural disasters and appointed senior military officers to carry out rehabilitation activities in the areas mentioned in the announcement.
Lt-Gen Lu Aye from the office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army), currently in Kyaukpyu, Rakhine State, to perform rehabilitation tasks, and officials inspected the restoration work in schools and monastic schools damaged by Cyclone Mocha and donated offerings to monks.
Likewise, Lt-Gen Aye Win from the office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army), who arrived in Buthidaung, Maungtaw District, met the township-level natural disaster management committees and departmental personnel at the meeting hall of the Buthidaung General Administration Department to discuss the situation of damage caused by the storm and the distribution and support of relief materials for the people affected by the storm, and he coordinated the necessary matters.
In addition, Maj-Gen Aung Myo Tun from the office of the Commander-in-Chief, currently in Rathedaung to perform rehabilitation tasks, and officials observed the distribution of food and clothing supplies and clean water at the Laykan village-tract and fulfilled the requirements.
Furthermore, Maj-Gen Soe Naing Oo from the office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army), currently in Thandwe, and responsible personnel examined the departmental buildings that were damaged by the storm and coordinated the necessary activities to carry out restoration work as soon as possible.
Additionally, Brig-Gen Kyaw Kyaw Soe, who arrived in Myebon, MraukU District, and officials inspected the collective cleaning work carried out by rescue and relief teams at the damaged basic education high schools in Thaetan and Myebon. Brig-Gen Kyaw Kyaw Oo, currently in Manaung, and responsible persons visited the schools hit by the storm to donate CI sheets provided by using the Rakhine State government fund and observed the medical team providing healthcare services to locals at the Manaung Public Hospital.
Similarly, Brig-Gen Win Ko Ko, currently in Tiddim, Chin State, and responsible personnel presented the CI sheets for the basic education high school in Saungpee Village that was damaged by the storm and visited the mission there to donate rice, cooking oil, salt and beans. Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye, who arrived in Matupi, and officials also donated rice, cooking oil, salt and beans to the Theravada Buddhist monastery there.
Also, Brig-Gen Tint Swe, currently in Maungtaw, and the responsible persons observed the damaged conditions of schools, residences, and departmental buildings in Maungtaw. Then, they went to the Hlaphoekhaung temporary resettlement camp to inspect the damage caused by the storm. — MNA/CT

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