Union Information Minister inspects Photolitho Printing Press, meets Myanmar Press Council

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MoI Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn views around the Photolitho Printing Press in Yangon on 31 August 2021.

Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn visited the Photolitho Printing Press on Ngar Htat Kyee Pagoda Road in Bahan Township of Yangon yesterday.
First, the Union Minister inspected the Cityline machines, the printing process of Oliver, storage of raw materials and CTP room.  Then, he met the officials of the printing and Director-General of Printing and Publishing Department (PPD) U Win Kyaw Aung reported on the work plans of the press.
The Union Minister said it should seek ways to increase the productivity and income of the State. It also should conduct printing processes carefully and keep the machines systematically.
He also talked about the important role of the ministry despite changing political landscapes of the country, creation of proper activities full of responsibilities and accountabilities, creative work programmes, innovative services for the different ranks and fields and wider public recognition.   He then stressed the need to ensure the safety of the factory, especially for fire.
The Union Minister also held a meeting with the Chairman of Myanmar Press Council and other officials at the Central press in Theinbyu Road at the afternoon.
During the meeting, the Union Minister highlighted the directives of the Prime Minister of the State regarding the artistes from literature, movie, theatrical and music fields, duties of media to inform the public with the correct ways as most of the youths lead to wrong ways due to the unscrupulous persons and unethical media outlets.
He also called for the participation of media council members for their experiences and skills in implementing the five-point roadmap and nine objectives of the Provisional Government of Myanmar and in creating a peaceful and pleasant community.
Then, the attendees to the meeting, including Yangon Region Advocate-General U Htay Aung, participated in the discussion. — MNA

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