YANGON - Medecins Sans Frontires Holland (MSF) will resume ''part of the activities'' in Myanmar on Monday after a green light from the Myanmar government.
People waited outside the closed door of Medecins Sans Frontieres or Doctors Without Borders's group office at a township in Yangon on Friday. The international aid group says it will resume part of its activities on Monday. (EPA photo)
''After dialogue with the Union Government in Nay Pyi Taw on Feb 28, we have now been informed by the minister of health and the minister of home affairs that we can resume part of the activities as covered by our original memorandum of understanding on Monday March 3,'' it said in a statement. ''This includes HIV/Aids and other activities in Kachin and Shan states, as well as Yangon region.''
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