Chairman of State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing cordially Meets and Delivers a Speech to Departmental Personnel and Town Elders in Cocokyun Township

Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing met departmental personnel, locals and the town elders on 9 April, delivered a speech to them at the City Hall of Cocokyun township in Yangon region as follows:

  • The Senior General got to Cocokyun township on April 8, 2012 for the first time and this has been the 19th time to get to the township.
  • The Tatmadaw helped the Cocokyun region much for the improvement of the region’s socio-economic life. Now, he is happy to see that Cocokyun has developed many times compared to 11 years ago.
  • Cocokyun is a region having difficulties in transport and communications and it was seen that there was no suitable development in the region.
  • As Cocokyun has a lot of natural scenery including the meeting point of two seas, Andaman Sea and Bay of Bangal, efforts are being made for the development of the tourism industry there.
  • Coco trees grown in the regional naval headquarters in Cocokyun township now will be fruitful within a few years’ time. This is not for the interests of the Tatmadaw but that for the locals in Cocokyun.
  • It is learnt that education in the Cocokyun region is still weak. As reading helps you get educated, it is necessary to promote literature studies and reading power.
  • The local ones need to discharge duties for the interests of the Cocokyun region with the use of their experience and knowledge gained in the region and are to make good suggestions for the regional development. Sharing knowledge is doing a good deed.

After the meeting, the Senior General and party cordially greeted the departmental personnel and town elders.  Afterwards, the Senior General and party enjoyed a traditional Thingyan water pouring event together with the departmental personnel in the township, town elders and locals welcoming the New Year, it is reported. 

Source: Myawady Daily Newspaper (2-4-2023)

 

  • The Tatmadaw helped the Cocokyun region much for the improvement of the region’s socio-economic life. Now, he is happy to see that Cocokyun has developed many times compared to 11 years ago.
  • As Cocokyun has a lot of natural scenery including the meeting point of two seas, Andaman Sea and Bay of Bangal, efforts are being made for the development of the tourism industry there.
  • Coco trees grown in the regional naval headquarters in Cocokyun township now will be fruitful within a few years’ time. This is not for the interests of the Tatmadaw but that for the locals in Cocokyun.
engdate: 
Tuesday, April 11, 2023 - 17:30
month: 
April, 2023