Ethnic representatives’ meeting (forum) continues its second day

The second day of ethnic representatives’ meeting (forum) aiming to strengthen the ethnic solidarity and Union spirit was organized in Nay Pyi Taw according to the COVID-19 health rules yesterday.
During the forum, Union Minister for International Cooperation U Ko Ko Hlaing discussed the social harmony in peace processes, rehabilitation, repatriation, relocation and reconciliation under the topic of peace processes, including examples, showing that national interests and national security are prioritized in international countries.
Union Minister for Ethnic Affairs U Saw Tun Aung Myint focused on the peacemaking processes phase (2) of UPDJC pointing out the need to build trust with the ethnic people, conduct the peace processes step by step and grab the chances by applying the resources of the ministry as it plays a key role in peace processes.
Deputy Minister for Ethnic Affairs U Zaw Aye Maung then discussed the review on ethnic affairs and NCA phase (2) and State Administration Council Advisory board member Dr Salai Andrew Ngun Cung Lian coordinated the discussion with the major supportive points for peace.
Afterwards, Union Minister U Saw Tun Aung Myint said the forum received the proper experience than expected and it was the first drive of the ministry. He also appreciated the efforts of Guest Speakers and pledged to negotiate with the Ministry of Education to resolve the salary payment difficulties of ethnic language teachers (LT)/teacher assistants (TA) in ethnic areas. — MNA

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