Union Ministers U Maung Maung Ohn and U Aung Naing Oo Give Interviews to Reporters from Chinese Media via Online

Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn and Union Minister for Investment and Foreign Economic Relations U Aung Naing Oo virtually met reporters from CCTV, People’s Daily, Guanming Daily and Xinhua News Agency of the People’s Republic of China on 22 December.

Union Ministers replied to questions on the endeavors of the State government in battling the COVID-19 pandemic, the promotion of border trade between two countries, efforts to resurge the State economy, bilateral cooperation and implementation of projects, and measures on stability, safety and tranquility.

At the meeting, Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn said that

· The government and the people successfully overcame the challenges of the COVID-19 third wave.

· At present, basic education schools are being opened and a plan is underway to reopen universities soon.

· The stability level of country comes to reach to some degree due to the cooperation of the peaceful people as measures for the stability, tranquility and safe are being implemented step by step, and moreover, neighboring countries including China are of great importance in making peace and stability and development.

· Myanmar is striving for the soonest resumption of the development and infrastructure projects with primary trade partner China.

The Union Minister U Aung Naing Oo expressed that:

· China is important in trade and business cooperation with Myanmar including border trade.

· Myanmar is making efforts for regaining the normal conditions of businesses, including  bilateral border trade because the international community faces economic delay based on the COVID-19.

Then, the Union ministers cordially replied to the questions of the reporters from foreign media

  • The stability level of country comes to reach to some degree due to the cooperation of the peaceful people as measures for the stability, tranquility and safe are being implemented step by step.
  • Myanmar is striving for the soonest resumption of the development and infrastructure projects with primary trade partner China.
  • China is important in trade and business cooperation, including border trade with Myanmar.