MoBA Union Minister inspects development works in Mon State

Ministry of Border Affairs Union Minister Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung accompanied Mon State Government Minister of Security and Border Affairs Col Kyaw Myint, and officials arrived at the Women’s Domestic Vocational Training School in Mudon, Mon State, yesterday morning, and the Union Minister fulfilled the requirements on the presentation about the training school by it’s principal.

Then, the Union minister met with the principal, deputy principal, employee trainers and female trainees and gave a speech about the four policies of the Ministry of Border Affairs that are being implemented in accordance with policies such as stability and tranquillity in the border areas, development of border areas, to develop the socio-economic condition of the ethnic people living in the border areas and the development of human resources of ethnic youth residing in border areas. The Union minister emphesised that stability and tranquillity must be built as a priority for development, and all the trainees should be trying and learning the subjects as being taught and be able to carry out their own career and gave cash award to trainees and inspected training halls, dormitories, mess, library and practical exercises of the trainees was followed up and checked.

Next, the Union minister and party arrived at the Mon State Development Supervision Office in Mawlamyine in the afternoon. The State Development Supervisor presented the conditions of regional development activities. The Education and Training Department’s officer in charge explained the information about the training school, and the Union minister fulfilled the needs, awarded cash and inspected the office premise.