The Myanmar Government has established a separate national reform committee, led by President U Thein Sein, to direct efforts on reform programme for the remaining 30 months of its present five-year term of office, according to news reports.

The country’s official media said that the committee is to replace the project commission that was set up in the past.

Summoning cabinet ministers, deputy ministers and chief ministers of region and state governments, U Thein Sein urged to form delivery units or task forces and working groups to implement the policies on the ground through cooperation and coordination.

He urged all-out efforts to bring about tangible results in the remaining 30 months of its reign.

President U Thein Sein's Government took office on March 30, 2011 after a general election in November 2010.

Its term of office’s length is five years.-VNA