Myramar Burma

Burma Myramar

Penalties descriptions Following the removal of most of the penalties in April/May 2013, an weapons ban and ban on the use of devices for domestic oppression will continue to apply. That means that it is forbidden to trade or deliver to Myanmar weapons and related materials and supplies that could be used for domestic oppression. Providing support, both technically and financially, in connection with these devices is also forbidden. Some derogations may be made, for example for human rights purposes, for the preservation of law and order and security by the administration, for use in institutional development, for UN or EU contingency planning, etc.

A number of Finnish bodies were previously designated as responsible bodies under the then existing rules or directly under the law of Sweden. Those tariffs have now been abolished. Issues relating to the remaining penalties, namely the armamento and the prohibition on the exports of weapons that can be used for domestic oppression, can be directed to the Inspectorate for Strategic Products.

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Photo-tour: How Burma (Myanmar) looks like now

Pagoda of Mingalazedi in Old Bagan. Bokyoke Market in Rangoon, which is filled with a bunch of Thanakawood, itself filled with shop and tailors. Thanakawood is used to produce a face rubbing cream that has chilling qualities, protects against sunburns and helps with skin problems such as sunburns, fungal infections and many more.

It' a bell with a view of Rangoon's Fourteenth Street, just to the west of Chinatown. Shwedagon' s 2,600-year-old pagoda, seen from the corridor that leads to the elevators. The pagoda can be visited at nights; when the light is shining, the flooring on which you will walk barefooted burns warm. In Rangoon on Friday morning: At the end of this bar is half an empty Pepsi vial in which mature stars are picked.

They are more responsive on the congested roads of Rangoon than a pay box. Eight-year-old with a full face of ganaka pasta in front of his New Bagan home. Four Buddhas are located inside the sanctuary and around them there are native Myanmar people in meditation. You have to take off your boots and put on your knee to get in.

As Aung Lai (left) and his two cousins Wing, both physicians. In Rangoon, Aung Lai works with HIV sufferers; Wing (his name) works in a hospital in Australia. Rangoon's Inya Lake theme area is a favourite with young couple who make lovers' nuances on the wood. Aung Lai and Wing's familycurry diner, Burma tealeaf lettuce, pickled chickens, various boiled veggies, small roasted seafood and of course sake raw rices, which will be eaten with every dish.

Lemon and orange-flavoured lemonade to be collected at Bokyoke Market in Rangoon. Rangoon Airport's inland area and Bagan International have no computer and the names of passengers are entered in huge manual books. He' a dressmaker at Bokyoke Market. There is no wearing briefs in the pit, so get your custom made longgyi made here for about $5, carry it to the temple and you will get a smile and a smile.

Rangoon's most striking feature is its large selection of architecture style, among them two and three-storey shopping blocks and houses with art deco gratings and brickwork. Absolutely away from Rangoon's skyline: high-rises.

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