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May 27, 2020

Trimonthly inspection of Muse-China border complete

Officials inspecting a stone marker for cleaning and maintainance near the border of Manhero, Muse District, Northern Shan State, on 25 March. Photo: Sandar (IPRD)
Officials inspecting a stone marker for cleaning and maintainance near the border of Manhero, Muse District, Northern Shan State, on 25 March. Photo: Sandar (IPRD)

Regular inspection on the border stone markers near the border of Manhero, Muse District, Northern Shan State, began on 24 March near checkpoint 70/2 close to the border control in Ward 1.
Manhero has a 13-mile border with China and has 23 border stone markers for demarcation. Authorities usually visit the stone markers once every three months for cleaning and maintenance.
March 2020 is the month for the trimonthly inspection and a team consisting of Town Administrator U Sai Myat Aung Oo, Township Police Chief Tin Aung Soe and other government officials began inspecting all 23 stone markers on 24 March and completed the inspection on 25 March at checkpoint 66/1.—Sandar (IPRD) (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo)

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