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The Pope Francis visits Burma
Believing recent accounts, Pope Francis will be visiting Burma this year, making him the first ever Pope to do so. The Union of Atlantic Asian News has announced that the Pope will travel through the countryside in the last November at President Htin Kyaw's invitat.
"Older Catholics " UCAN said the Pope is supposed to be arriving on November 27th and will stay four days in Burma. While the Pope had originally planned to travel to Bangladesh and India during this era, springs suggest that this journey has proven onerous. Instead, he will now be reported to make a stop in Burma before going to Bangladesh and will stay in both Naypyidaw and Rangoon.
In spite of the historical importance of the incident (should it take place), it is another issue whether Pope Francis is greeted by the population.
Jean-Marc Ayrault's trip to Burma/Myanmar - EUR 200 million for 2016-2018 foreign assistance (17.06.16) - French diplomacy
Jean-Marc Ayrault, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, will be in Burma from 17-19 June. It is the first formal France trip since the new administration took office. Mr Ayrault came to show France's backing for Burma's democracy transformation. Mr Aung San Suu Kyi was with him this mornings and he said that there would be a significant rise in France's assistance to the area.
For 2016-2018, the France FDEA will provide 200 million to finance the joint priority areas of town planning, public Health and sustainable energies. The ?200 million project is mainly for the following projects: Rangoon metropolitan area. The AFD has provided more than 22 million since 2012 for farming and agricultural policy, public and private sector support, as well as support for the improvement of human welfare, food security, food security and shelter.
In 2016, France's total amount of emergency humanitarian assistance will double to ?1.4 million.