Listen to the ring of a beaten bell for peace


A bell for peace has already ringed.
Someone beat the bell for peace at the opportune time. It was an alarm to speed up the peace process for the nation. Accordingly, everybody needs to hold the greatest opportunity to restore the perpetual peace for all.
The other day, Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing beat the bell for peace as part of extending the invitation to all ethnic armed organizations to hold the peace talks in the near future.
It is a great chance for all ethnic national people. They should not miss their chances to join the peace talks. It is a chance for them to express their heartfelt wishes at the peace talks for negotiation. They have to group the common ideas and set aside the different opinions while participating in the peace process.
Indeed, the government and the Tatmadaw have firmly granted for building the Union country based on democracy and a federal system that ethnic armed organizations have been demanding in successive eras. The Diamond Jubilee Independence Day falls on coming 4 January 2023. Current events prove that ethnic people have not thoroughly enjoyed the essence of 75-year independence yet. The root cause depends on the ethnic armed conflicts based on different opinions. Now is the important time for tasting the essence of independence for all ethnic people.
Leaders of the ethnic armed organizations are invited to participate in the meeting. The SAC Chairman pledged to meet with all EAOs. And then, the representatives who are in the capacity of the State Administration Council members will hold talks with those EAOs.
If necessary, further talks will be held. The leaders themselves and two members from each ethnic armed organization were invited to attend the peace talks. Hence, they have to join the peace talks without failing to represent their organizations and those from their areas.
The SAC Chairman urged all EAOs to join hands together in holding the peace talks honestly and transparently to enable all ethnic people to taste the essence of peace and development. As such, all stakeholders need to emphasize the restoration of perpetual peace for all ethnic people, avoiding the armed conflicts in order to nurture the new generations on whom the State and the people rely.

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