Myanmar’s ongoing quest for internal peace receives assistance from India

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, in his talks with the Indian guest, unveiled that the government and the Tatmadaw are striving to restore internal peace while India is assisting in the peace process of Myanmar on one hand.
At the parlour of the SAC Chairman’s Office in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon, Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing received a delegation led by Deputy National Security Adviser to India Mr Vikram Misri, currently in Myanmar to attend the 8th Anniversary of Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement-NCA to be marked on 15 October.
The Senior General continued his clarification on the peace process, saying that the government and Tatmadaw are firmly standing for the NCA as well as continuously walking on the path of the multiparty democratic system.
The Senior General and the Deputy National Security Adviser to India frankly exchanged views on further plans of India to give a helping hand to the peace process of Myanmar and its firm belief in NCA in addition to the political progress of Myanmar and the need for further improvement of bilateral trade and investment between Myanmar and India.
The Senior General highlighted endeavours for the development of the country and forging peace and stability, building the Union based on democratic and federal systems, cooperation with India in peace and stability measures in border regions, and progress of friendly relations and cooperation between the two countries.
The meeting was also attended by SAC Joint Secretary Lt-Gen Ye Win Oo and SAC member Union Minister for Home Affairs Chairman of National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee Lt-Gen Yar Pyae. The Deputy National Security Adviser to India was accompanied by Indian Ambassador to Myanmar Mr Vinay Kumar and officials. — MNA/TTA

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