The "New Light of Myanmar" newspaper reported (Friday) the head of Burma's Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department (U Maung Maung Nyungt) discussed the findings of a bird flu survey with officials from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization in Mandalay last week.
The newspaper did not mention the results of the survey, or when it took place.
The newspaper also said the Veterinary Department official met with the director of the Japan International Cooperation Agency in Mandalay earlier this month.
The officials discussed the delivery of aid for the control of bird flu, foot and mouth disease and hog cholera.
Burma declared itself free of bird flu last September. It has not reported an outbreak since last April.