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April 19, 2019

8th Myanmar-Laos security and rule of law ministerial-level meeting in Nay Pyi Taw

Union Minister Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe poses for the photo with attendees at the 8th Myanmar-Laos security and rule of law ministerial-level meeting in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday. Photo: MNA

8th Myanmar-Laos security and rule of law ministerial-level meeting was held at Ministry of Home Affairs in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon.
The meeting was attended by Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe, Deputy Minister Maj-Gen Aung Thu, Chief of Myanmar Police Force Police Lt-Gen Aung Win Oo, directors general from Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population, Lao People’s Democratic Republic Minister of Public Security Police Lt-Gen Vilay Lakhamphong and high ranking officials.
At the meeting, matters relating to cooperation in bilateral security and stability, sharing of information, increasing border liaison office processes, anti-drugs and anti-human trafficking works, illegal crossing of borders, learning of Myanmar and Laos languages for easier and smoother communication and raising bilateral cooperation were discussed and continuing of cooperation agreements between the two ministries of the two countries were discussed and agreed. After the meeting the representatives of the two countries took commemorative group photo.
Earlier in the morning, prior to the Myanmar-Laos ministerial-level meeting, Myanmar-Laos high level officials meeting was held at Horizon Lake View Hotel and was attended by Ministry of Home Affairs acting Permanent Secretary U Khaing Tun Oo, subject wise officials from Myanmar Police Force, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population, Lao People’s Democratic Republic Ministry of Public Security Permanent Secretary Police Brig-Gen Sisavath Keomalavong and high ranking officials it is learnt.

— MNA
(Translated by Zaw Min)

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