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July 06, 2020

Union Construction Minister inspects development projects via virtual meeting

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Union Minister for Construction U Han Zaw and party (right photo) inspect the Yaw Chaung Bridge on Pakokku-Seikphyu road in Magway Region via the video conference on 30 May 2020. Photo : MNA

Union Minister for Construction U Han Zaw inspected the development progress in Magway and Ayeyawady regions via video conferencing yesterday.
Deputy Minister Dr Kyaw Lin, and directors-general, directors and officials from the bridge, road, and rural development departments joined the virtual meeting.
At the meeting, Director (Civil) of Road Department in Magway Region, U San Min Aung, explained the construction progress of roads and bridges in Magway Region using power point. Director (Civil) from the Special Bridge Construction Team (3) of Bridge Department U Htay Aung reported on the construction progress and COVID-19 preventive measures in the projects in Ayeyawady Region.
Deputy Director (Civil) from the Special Bridge Construction Team (5) of Bridge Department U Aung Nyo, Assistant Director (Civil) from the Special Bridge Construction Team (3) of Bridge Department U Tin Naing Ko Ko, Director (Civil) of Rural Road Development Department U Thein San Hlaing, Director of Urban and Housing Development Department U Tun Myint Aung, and Assistant Director from Special Construction Team (5) of Building Department U Aung Ko also explained their construction projects in Magway Region.
The Union Minister and the Deputy Minister inspected the development progresses in the region via the video meeting, and urged the directors to consider the complement of housing and building projects in time. The Union Minister also urged the directors to cooperate with the Region government in planting trees along the roads to create a green region, and to try hard for the development of transportation sector in the region. — MNA  (Translated by Kyaw Zin Tun)

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