December 13, 2017

Senior General holds talks with State Secretary of Germany over bilateral relations, cooperation

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing visits Army Combat Training Center in Letzlingen Village.

Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing held talks with Dr. Markus Ederer, State Secretary of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin at 11 am local standard time on 28 April.
During the talks, the Senior General expressed his hope that the trip is intended to further boost relations and cooperation between the two armies, saying the move is expected to help support the relations between Myanmar and Germany. The Senior General also gave clarification over democratic transition, peace-making processes and situation in border areas in Myanmar.
Dr. Markus Ederer, State Secretary of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany disclosed that he believes relations and cooperation between the two armed forces will further strengthen and Germany will provide necessary assistance to Myanmar.
Next, the Senior General and party left Berlin Tegel Airport by Helicopter and arrived at Army Combat Training Center in Letzlingen Village where combat troops are trained in combined arms combat under near-operational condition in open terrain, using original weapon systems (with tactical engagement laser simulators, no live rounds) and involving all supporting elements of other branches of service.
At night, the Senior General and wife met with the staff from Myanmar Embassy and military attaché office and presented gifts, food and clothing to them at Myanmar ambassador’s residence.

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