September 23, 2017

Commander-in-Chief assists in resettlement of soldiers with disabilities

Commander-in-Chief speaking words of encouragement soldiers with disabilities.
Commander-in-Chief speaking words of encouragement soldiers with disabilities.

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing visited regiments in Mandalay and Mongmaw to assist in the resettlement of soldiers with disabilities.
At a meeting with service personnel in Myittha, Mandalay Region, he honoured those who sacrificed their limbs for the country.
He also called for providing them with effective vocational training in order to help them earn a livelihood when they leave the Tatmadaw.
During his tour of Mongmaw, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing met with officers and other ranks and their families.
He also inspected the site chosen for the construction of housing for war veterans.
In the afternoon, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing went to the villages in Pyawbwe Township, which was stricken by strong winds and presented 3,000 zinc-coated roof sheets and cash donated by Tatmadaw families to local people.

 

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