Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn meets hoteliers and officials in Ayeyawady Region

MoHT Union Minister discusses tourism development activites with hoteliers and officials in Pathein on 20 March. photo: MNA

Union Minister for Hotels and Tourism U Maung Maung Ohn met Chairman of the Ayeyawady Region Administration Council U Ye Myint to discuss tourism development activities in the region on 20 March in Pathein in Ayeyawady Region.
During the meeting, they discussed the resumption of hotels and tourism as per the COVID-19 rules and regulations in the region for the benefits of locals, businesses, and the country, COVID-19 vaccination to hotel staff, and tourism activities promotion.
Afterwards, the Union Minister arrived at Chaungtha Beach and met departmental officials, Deputy Chairmen and officials from the Myanmar Hotelier Association at Azura Beach Resort. At the meeting, the Union Minister said his ministry has instructed to open hotels following the COVID-19 rules and regulations. According to the Enchanting Myanmar Health and Safety Protocols (HSP), training courses will be given to hotel staff and issued a certificate after the inspection.
Director-General for the Directorate of Hotels and Tourism U Maung Maung Kyaw discussed the plan to prioritize Chaungtha Beach which will be likely to be the most-visited area in the country when the domestic tourism industry is revitalized; notifications to open hotels that the Ministry of Health and Sports has inspected and to work together to preserve the environment and beauty of the beach as well as for the safety of tourists and staff in the current situation.
The officials from the hotelier association and the Regional Administration Council discussed the inspection conducted by the relevant teams to reopen hotels, suspension of loan assistance by the State and further loan assistance. The Union Minister coordinated the meeting as necessary.
During his visit to Chaungtha Beach, the Union Minister also opened the Azura Beach Resort and inspected the hotel’s preparation to be opened under the COVID-19 health guidelines.
He also visited Ngwe Saung Beach and instructed the hoteliers and officials to meet the COVID-19 rules and regulations requirements to reopen hotels and inspected the preparation of Aureum Palace Hotel for reopening with the COVID-19 health guidelines. — MNA

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