February 15, 2017

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Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meets French, South Korean ambassadors

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing greets French Ambassador to Myanmar Mr. Oliver Richard (left photo) and Mr. Le Beak-Soon, ambassador of  Republic of Korea to Myanmar, and party (right photo). Photo: Myawady
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing greets French Ambassador to Myanmar Mr. Oliver Richard (left photo) and Mr. Le Beak-Soon, ambassador of
Republic of Korea to Myanmar, and party (right photo). Photo: Myawady

DEMOCRACY allows people to enjoy freedom, but freedom must be guided by laws, rules and regulations, said Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing in a meeting with French Ambassador to Myanmar Mr. Oliver Richard in Nay Pyi Taw on Friday.
The commander-in-chief said only peace could guarantee development, and pledged to participate in creating a peaceful world while striving to ensure the country’s peace and stability.
He stressed the need for political stability and security in Myanmar, pointing out that these are prerequisites to establishing a democracy.  The senior general welcomed cooperation in achieving peace and prosperity and in completing Myanmar’s democratisation process, saying it has opened a new page for the country. He also held discussions on bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries’ armed forces.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing also met with Mr. Le Beak-Soon, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Myanmar, on the same day.
The senior general called for further cooperation in improving education in rural areas while carrying out rural-based development projects.  The ambassador said the Republic of Korea is cooperating with Myanmar to develop the latter’s rural areas.
The commander-in-chief replied that it would be better Myanmar received investments to create job opportunities for rural people.
He highlighted the importance of technology transfers for the development of value-added products in Myanmar, which would improve the country’s export prospects.  The senior general answered questions on matters related to military cooperation between the two countries, the constitution, the election and the signing
of the nationwide ceasefire agreement.

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