Government Peace Talks Team meets NDAA (Mongla) Vice-Chairman-led delegation

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The peace talks between the Peace Talks Team of the government and the delegation led by the vice-chairman of the National Democratic Alliance Army-NDAA (Mongla) are in progress in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.

The Peace Talks Team of the government met the delegation led by Vice-Chairman of the National Democratic Alliance Army-NDAA (Mongla) in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
The meeting was attended by State Administration Council Member National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee Chairman Union Minister at the Government Office (1) Lt-Gen Yar Pyae, in his capacity as the leader of the Peace Talks Team, SAC Member Lt-Gen Moe Myint Tun, NSPNC Secretary Lt-Gen Min Naung, Vice-Chairman of the NDAA (Mongla) U San Pae, General Secretary of the Peace and Solidarity Committee U Kyi Myint, Secretary-2 U Ah Lu and Head of Communications Division U Sai Mauk.
In the talks, Peace Talks Team Leader Lt-Gen Yar Pyae and Vice-Chairman of NDAA (Mongla) U San Pae extended greetings and the participants discussed peace and development related matters. After that, they adjourned the first-day meeting. The discussion will be continued on 6 June. — MNA

 

 

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