Watercraft transport supplies to people in Mocha-hit Rakhine State

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A landing craft carrying staft from ministries, relief supplies and vehicles leading to Sittway on 21 May.

Vessel Chindwin carried 685 members of Myanmar Police Force, and 107 civilian employees from the Directorate of Military Engineers, along with relief materials and food, left Yangon on 19 May, and arrived at Essar Jetty, Sittway yesterday to carry out relief works for Mocha-hit Sittway, Rakhine State.
Similarly, one 29-metre landing craft from the Tatmadaw (Navy) brought 58 staff from Ministry of Electric Power, six tents from the Ordnance Company, one crane, three bags of potatoes, three bags of onions, three jerry cans of oil, three roof tents, one generator and one motorcycle while another 29-meter landing craft of Tatmadaw (Navy) transported 15 troops from the Directorate of Military Engineers, 69 civilian employees, and one TA TA car from the Quartermaster-General’s office to Yathedaung.
The landing craft returned to Yaychanpyin to carry more relief supplies.
MV Fortune of Thuriya Sandar Win Company which docked at No 2 jetty of Bo Aung Kyaw Port left for Sittway yesterday to transport relief items, and foodstuffs.
Commander of Central Naval Command Rear-Admiral Htein Win, General Manager of the Myanma Port Authority U Zaw Tun Lwin and officials from the Myanma Timber Enterprise supervised loading of materials abroad the ship yesterday.—MNA/KZL

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