February 15, 2017

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President U Thein Sein inspects developments in Ayeyawady region

President U Thein Sein being welcomed by local people at Shwe Myintin Pagoda in Ngaputaw. Photo: MNA
President U Thein Sein being welcomed by local people at Shwe Myintin Pagoda in Ngaputaw. Photo: MNA

PRESIDENT U Thein Sein together with Union Ministers U Thein Nyunt, Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe, U Ohn Myint, and Dr Than Aung along with deputy ministers arrived in Pathein, Ayeyawady Region on Thursday.
Chief Minister of the region U Thein Aung, officials and local people greeted the president and his party before the trip to Ngaputaw by road.
Officials reported on current and future regional development tasks directly to the president at the township administration office. The president then went to the Shwe Myintin Pagoda and offered flowers, water and lights before donating cash to its upkeep.
The president and party proceeded to Oakshitkwin Village by boat and inspected construction of the Oakshitkwin-Thazinkwin-Pathein-Mawtin gravel road.
The president briefly conversed with locals before lecturing them on regional development tasks. He told the crowd that the government is carrying out the development of the region with specific focus on education, health, roads, bridges, communication,and electricity.  The president and party arrived back in Pathein in the afternoon and inspected the Myakyuntha Housing Project of the Ayeyawady Regional government. – Myanmar News Agency

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