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- Date: Mon, 12 Jul 1999 19:01:00
Subject: Secretary-1 inspects development of Kayin State
Secretary-1 inspects development of Kayin State
YANGON. 10 July-Chairman of Work Committee for Development of Border Areas
and .National Races Secretary- 1 of the State Peace and Development Council
Lt-Gen Khin Nyunt left here for Hpa-an, Kayin State, by Tatmadaw aircraft
this morning and arrived there at 9 am.
In his address, secretary -1 Lt-Gen Khin Nyunt said today, people are
enjoying the fruits of peace and stability prevailing all over the country,
and as there is peace in Kayin State, the region is also having good progress.
He spoke of emergence of armed insurrection as the ill legacy of colonialism
after having fallen under colonial rule for over 100 years and the successive
government?s efforts to end the armed insurrection, and noted that due to
suspicions among national brethren. misunderstanding, political cult and
extreme racism, the efforts to make peace had not been successful.
One of the main causes obvious for failure of those peace efforts was the
neocolonialists? giving assistance and support to the armed groups to have
more extreme ideologies and cause greater suspicion he said and added that
Tatmadaw, after taking up State duties in 1988, lunched offensives against
BCPs at Mongyang and KNUs at Methawaw to fight the two groups who wanted to
Then, Phado Aung San reported on agriculture, livestock breeding and
development of the region, Minister Col Thein Nyunt on tasks being carried
out with the assistance of the State for regional development.
In giving instructions, the Secretary-l spoke of the need for all to be in
unity for increase in economic under-takingand for well-being of families.
If agricultural and livestock breeding works are successful, living standard
of the people will be uplifted and good economic foundations be established,
he.said and added he was delighted to see success of agricultural and
livestock breeding works of the village.
The Secretary-l and Phado Aung San then exchanged changed souvenirs.The
Secretary-l cordially met with U Saw Tha Mu He and fulfilled requirements of
farming equipment. Next, the Secretary-l inspected primary school of the
village and poultry farms.
They then proceeded to No 1 Tyre and Rubber Factory where they were welcomed
by Minister for Industry-2 Maj-Gen Saw Lwin, departmental officials, USDA
members and local people.
Maj-Gen Saw Lwin reported on works being carried out for meeting targets for
production and Managing Director of Myanma Tyre and Rubber Industries Lt-Col
U Zun on the factory and production.
After this he said the Tatmadaw started to carry out national reconsolidating
tasks for perpetuation of the unity of the national brethren residing in the
Union. The Secretary-l inspected special intensive care unit, operation
theatre and annexe of the hospital.
The Secretary-l and party also inspected construction of Yadanadipa Ward No 9
of Hap-an. Then, they left for Yangon and arrived back in the afternoon.
Secretary-General of USDA U Than Aung, USDA CEC members Brig-Gen Maung Maung
Thein, Brig-Gen Ohn Myint, Col Thein Nyunt, Brig-Gen Khin Maung and Brig-Gen
Thein Aung, who were accompanying the Secretary-l, inspected computer room of
Kayin State USDA Office and gave instructions on community works and training
courses to be carried out.
Deputy Minister for Finance and Revenue Brig-Gen Than Tun met service
personnel of departments under the ministry at Hpa-an Myanma Insurance Office
this morning and inspected Hpa-an Myanma Economic Bank.