Demarcation of areas among parties leads to conflicts
Nay Pyi Taw, Dec 21
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The government’s Peace Commission and the Delegation for Political Negotiation (DPN) discussed a proposal submitted by United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC) yesterday in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
During the meeting, the two sides sought ways which can help achieve peace in the country.
DPN’s leader Khu Oo Ral said both sides felt that the discussion between them are getting more precise.
The framework for political dialogue was reviewed at the National Reconciliation and Peace Centre in Yangon yesterday as part of ongoing efforts to organize national-level political dialogues this year. Union Political Dialogue Joint Committee Secretary Dr Salai Lian Hmung Sakhong said the meeting focused on what sections of the agenda should be treated ethnically, regionally and topically at the launch of the national-level political dialogue.
The 5th meeting on reviewing the framework for the political dialogue was held in Yangon yesterday, taking one more step into laying down framework for the dialogues.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Tin Myo Win, Chairman of the preparatory committee for holding the Union Peace Conference-21st Century Panglong, said the national level political dialogues are expected to begin in October within the framework.