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President’s New Year Message 2017

Countrymen,
On this auspicious occasion of the New Year, I wish all the people in the Union, all our national ethnic brethren, physical and mental well-being.

Countrymen,
During the nine-month tenure of the incumbent government in 2016, constant effort was exerted in implementation of the following policies laid down for the sake of the country: internal peace; national reconciliation; emergence of a union based on democracy and the federal system and promotion of the social life of the people.
As the foundation for making the above-mentioned policies a success has already been laid down, continued efforts can now be made for these policies to materialise properly within the year 2017.

Countrymen,

If the history is any indication, it will be found that the country always enjoyed enormous benefits whenever the countrymen were united. An obvious example was the signing of the Panglong Pact in 1947. The Panglong Pact was a symbol of the unity of all indigenous races, and attainment of Myanmar independence could be attributed to this unity.
It is common knowledge that now again, effort is being put forth commencing from the 21st century Panglong conference to be able to establish a democratic, federal union which the indigenous people are desirous of. As the building of a democratic country or a democratic system can meet with success only through the participation of the majority of people, I would like to urge the entire mass of people in the country to join us with full democratic spirit and unity in building up a democratic, federal union.
I wish all national brethren physical and mental well-being in the New Year. May all your wishes be fulfilled.

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar, 1 January 2017


National objectives for the 69th anniversary
Independence Day, 2017

  1. To build a genuine Union in the future, marking use of the common agreement which will emerge from the negotiations and discussions to be reached at the Union Peace Conference – 21st century Panglong.
  2. For all nationalities to collectively preserve and protect non-disintegration of the Union; non-disintegration of national unity; and perpetuation of sovereignty.
  3. To strive hard to draw up a constitution suitable for the union and in accord with democratic principles and norms for the emergence of a democratic federal union.
  4. To endeavour to create good economic conditions that ensure equitable development between the regions and the states and that will be in conformity with the national economic policy and goals.

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar, 1 January 2017


International Tourism Expo, Myanmar 2017

To develop the International Tourism Service Industry and local tourism sector, International Tourism Expo, Myanmar 2017 organised by Travel Support Co Ltd under the auspices of the Myanmar Tourism Federation will be held in Tatmadaw Exhibition Hall in Yangon from 20 to 22 January 2017. It is aimed at promoting the development of the local travel and tourism industries and promotion of the cooperation between the local travel and tourism companies and international tourism companies.
The three-day event is the first-ever expo for the travel and tourism industry, with 24 booths from hotels, travel agencies, airlines, insurance companies and other agencies related to tourism will be featured at the expo. Moreover, motor service companies and mobile phone companies, cruise companies, foreign and local travel service agencies, travel-related goods sale companies will showcase their services, destinations, tourism attractions, travel packages and products through the booths.

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar, 1 January 2017

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