- Chin State gets priority for future business development
- Long-term projects that caused grievances to people discussed at Pyithu Hluttaw
- Allocation of ambulances, medical staff stipends discussed at Amyotha Hluttaw
- Vice President U Myint Swe attends 7th regular meeting with Myanmar entrepreneurs
- Ministry of Information to work with press council for media freedom
The Ministry of Planning and Finance said yesterday that Chin State will be prioritised for help in its future business development.
At yesterday’s Pyithu Hluttaw meeting it was decided that the Hluttaw would record the motion urging the Union Government to re-scrutinise long-term projects which caused loss of life and destruction of property, as well as those enterprises approved by previous governments which met with disapproval by the public.
The allocation of ambulances to hospitals, clothing and food allowances for medical staff, and tobacco control were among the issues discussed at yesterday’s Amyotha Hluttaw meeting.
With a view to fulfilling the needs of entrepreneurs encountered in the respective sectors, and to promptly, smoothly and successfully operate their businesses, the 7th regular meeting with Myanmar entrepreneurs was held at the meeting hall of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI) in Lanmadaw Township, Yangon yesterday.
In a meeting with officials of the Myanmar Press Council in Yangon yesterday, the Union Minister for Information Dr. Pe Myint said the ministry wanted to work together with the council for increased media freedom and news media development.
Security forces arrested five men yesterday on suspicion of attending a terrorist training in Mayu mountains.
Local admirers of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 91st birthday at the Hilton Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday evening.
The Myanmar Football Federation (MFF) is arranging to play a test match between the under-18 teams of Myanmar and Thailand.
The human rights organisation Amnesty International has advised the British government to deny the request for extradition of a UK citizen suspected of a 2016 murder in Yangon
Defence Services Commander-in-Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing who was in the Russian Federation met Vice Admiral Kulekov Valaydii of the Black Sea Fleet headquarter at the Sevastopol hotel meeting room on 22 June.