Yangon Region Chief Minister inspects Fishery Institute (Twantay)

Yangon Region Chief Minister U Soe Thein and regional ministers conducted a field study of Fishery Institute (Twantay) to ensure the implementation of directives of State Administration Council Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing made during his visit to the institute, on 17 February.
At the meeting hall, Institute Principal Daw Moe Thuzar Maung reported on the need for a dormitory for trainees and estimated for construction of the stadium while Director U Kyaw Naing Oo of the region Irrigation and Water Utilization Management Department about the location of the entrance to the institute. Then, Economic Affairs Minister U Myo Myint Aung and Development Affairs Minister Mayor U Bo Htay discussed their respective sectors.
Regarding the explanations, the chief minister said that Fishery Institute (Twantay) is established intending to be the Fishery College of Myanmar and breed fish by conducting research systematically. It should prepare for the trainees, fish farming business people, and fish farm owners and construct a stadium for certain games and sports. It also should upgrade the existing roads in addition to paving a new way to the institute and use underground electric cables for entry and exit of the institute and Wi-Fi devices. He then inspected the location for entry and exit of the institute.
The chief minister and party instructed the officials to report the estimation for repair work on the dirt road to the Khittiya village dispensary for residents of Khittiya Ywama-Nyaung Village-Okpo-new Khittiya village and provided cash assistance to patients at the dispensary. — San Kyaw Oo (IPRD)/KTZH

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