Peace Commission, DPN hold talks in Chiang Mai

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. However, fightings happened unexpectedly and were escalating, he added.
Speaking at the meeting, U Aung Kyi, Chairman of the advisory committee to the government’s peace commission, urged peace makers at the meeting to work together and moving forward.
Last month, the UNFC made an eight-point proposal at a meeting in Yangon to review the framework for political dialogue, but it did not appear at the next meeting on 16 September.   —Ye Khaung Nyunt

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