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CHIN STATE: Enacting policies promoting agro-businesses; Making steady progress in regional development efforts; Allowing regional products to access other corners of country

“The State Government is working towards food security and reduced poverty by 2020-2021 fiscal year by creating more businesses and employment opportunities.”

Rakhine State: Focusing on peace and wide-ranging economic development; Encouraging prospective investors to initiate their businesses in region; Strengthening the progress of infrastructure projects

“Additionally, the Rakhine Investment Fair was held from Feb 21-23, 2019 on Ngapali Beach and attracted the attendees of 600 foreigners and locals including investors, diplomats and the State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.”

Kachin State: Striving towards economic development; Turning into region peaceful drug-free state; Preserving of diverse tribes’ culture and way of life

“With the third year of the current administration, we were able to build quite a lot of infrastructure including projects for roads and projects for 1442 bridges.” (State Chief Minister Dr. Khet Aung)

MYANMAR’S home to snowcapped and highest mountain Hkakabo Razi and country’s one of the spectacular displays of ethnic culture and solidarity Manaw festival celebrations, Kachin State is a place filled with wonderful landscapes and rich culture.

Reforms of MoI: Embracing motto “To inform, educate and entertain the public”; Acting as a bridge between the Government and general public; Promoting media development and freedom

“Our newspapers disseminate information about the legislative, executive and judiciary pillars who are assuming national duties on behalf of the public. Since these pillars are working for the people, there is the duty to report their tasks and processes to the public.”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of International Cooperation: Defending and protecting the interests of the people and the State in the international arena

During the third year of the government’s term, we have made efforts to use what is known as “soft power” to show to the world not only our culture but also positive progress achieved in other sectors as well.

MoSCO: Working on national tasks, coordinating policies envisioned by State Counsellor, pursue goal of peace

“The main focus is national reconciliation and the stability and development of Rakhine State. The National Reconciliation and Peace Center has been formed to bring about national unity and harmony in a pragmatic and effective manner. The center is being chaired by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.”

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