Nyan Win at UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in December 2009.
|1st Chief Minister of Bago Region|
30 March 2011 – 30 March 2016
|Appointed by||President of Myanmar|
|Preceded by||Office Established|
|Succeeded by||Win Thein|
|18th Minister of Foreign Affairs|
18 September 2004 – 30 March 2011
|Preceded by||Win Aung|
|Succeeded by||Wunna Maung Lwin|
|Deputy Chief of Armed Forces Training|
|Born||January 22, 1953|
|Political party||Union Solidarity and Development Party|
|Spouse(s)||Myint Myint Soe|
|Alma mater||Defence Services Academy
National Defence College, India
Nyan Win (Burmese: ဉာဏ်ဝင်း, pronounced [ɲàɴ wɪ́ɴ]; born 22 January 1953) was the Chief Minister of Bago Region from 2011 to 2016. He won a Regional Hluttaw seat in an uncontested election in 2010, representing Zigon Township, and was appointed Chief Minister of the region on 30 March 2011. Prior to his election, he was the 18th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar, having been appointed on 18 September 2004. He was a Major General in the Burmese Army. He was Deputy Chief of Military Training for the Myanmar Armed Forces before he became a member of the SPDC. He also served as Commandant of CGSC (Command and General Staff College). He graduated from the 18th intake of Defence Services Academy (DSA). He is married to Myint Myint Soe.
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- Myanmar apologizes, Japan seeks explanations
- Myanmar violence blamed on 'opportunists' backed by 'powerful countries'
- Foreign Minister Nyan Win addresses the United Nations General Assembly, September 28, 2010
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