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Myanmar News Agency (Burmese: ???? ? ? ????; MNA for short ) is the Myanmar government's public news agency located in Yangon, Burma. Founded in 1963 after the 1962 coup, as the Burma News Agency (NAB) The MNA has the exclusive right to take photos of political activities, which include a meeting of Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the political parties and civil servants of the state.
The MNA is relied upon by Burma's weekly newspapers to carry images and storyboard. from the dove to the web.
Newspapers from abroad are setting up
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The General Managers of the News and Periodicals Enterprise Department, U Ye Naing, said they would be given the go-ahead "in the near future". Several of them have already been sent to the president's office.... They will probably be able to open their offices in the near future," he said to the Myanmar Times.
Agence France-Presse, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Nikkei Shimbun, Asahi Shimbun and Manichi from Japan, CCTV and Mingalar Magazine from China and The Straits Times and Channel News Asia from Singapore have all submitted applications to open an office. Mr U Ye Naing said the new agreement would help the Chinese authorities to increase the visibility of overseas news outlets by improving reporting on governance and parliament activity in this area.
Kyodo, who is working together to educate Myanmar's New Light reporters in Japan, was an example. The Xinhua and Guang Ming Daily have had Myanmar office since 1996, while the US AP and Japanese news agency NHK received permission to open an office on April 1, while Kyodo was cleared on April 23.
Employees of overseas organizations may join the FCCM, which is headquartered in Yangon and currently has 39 members.