Chairman of State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing attends Meeting 2/2023 of the Union Government and delivers speech
NAY PYI TAW February 9
Meeting 2/2023 of the Union Government was held at the Office of State Administration Council in Nay Pyi Taw this afternoon, and Chairman of State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing attended the meeting and delivered a speech.
The meeting was also attended by Vice Chairman of State Administration Council Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win and union ministers.
At the meeting, union ministers presented their sectorwise reports respectively.
Afterwards, the Senior General gave concluding remarks saying it is necessary to timely complete tasks to be carried out within the 2022-2023 fiscal year. Regarding the staterun businesses, there are some businesses having no balance in earnings and expenses. Therefore, it is to make a balance in earnings and expenses. Some state-owned businesses had to be suspended due to mismanagement in the time of the previous government. Despite no operation, some businesses have to pay salaries and spend much on maintenance.
As the suspended factories cause losses for the nation, tasks are to be taken to resume those factories. In doing so, it is necessary to properly take tasks without having unnecessary expenses in order to do the tasks the best at a minimum cost. Action could be taken against the measures that are not properly taken. Officials who play a leadership role are to know their job and responsibility and give correct guidelines. It is necessary for them to know the given duty according to the policy.
In the coming period, priority will be given to the sectors of transportation, education and health and it is compulsory to ensure development of the electricity sector. Ministries need to make efforts to support the respective sectors concerned. In education, it is to successfully carry out tasks in order that students who passed KG+9 Grade could join vocational training courses. All are to work together to ensure a successful education system.
As regards the future ceremonial events, it is necessary to hold the events in religious and political sectors concerned successfully, effectively and traditionally. It is to preserve tradition so that our culture and religion will not disappear.
Ministries need to work together to ensure stability and peace of the nation, rule of law and economic development. The Senior General also gave necessary instructions on the reports.