Peace Process talks to resume in January

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Peace Process talks to resume in January

Government delegation and ten Ethnic Armed Organizations hold a preliminary coordination meeting yesterday at the National Reconciliation and Peace Centre in Yangon. Photo: MNA

The Government delegation and Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement -Signatories (NCA-S) held a preliminary coordination meeting yesterday at the National Reconciliation and Peace Centre (NRPC) in Yangon, and agreed to organize the 8th Joint Implementation Coordination Meeting (JICM) on Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement next month, state media reported.

Chairmen of KNU and RCSS had sent letters on 11 October 2018 to the State Counsellor and the Commander in Chief of Defence Services about their views and expectations of NCA-S groups on the peace process.

State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, as a Chairperson of NRPC, disclosed the three points of future the peace process at the 4th anniversary of NCA held in Nay Pyi Taw in October.

The first peace process was the common process of how to proceed with 21st Century Union Peace Conference. This was proposed by the leaders of EAOs that had signed the NCA.

The second was to attract all the stakeholders into the peace process, to reduce conflicts with the armed organizations which have not signed the NCA.

The third one was to ensure all the people enjoy the fruitful results of peace and to fulfil the needs of people in conflict-affected areas.

FROM : MIZZIMA