Peace talks wrap up third-day meeting with signed agreements

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The State Peace Talks Team, the KNU/KNLA (PC) peace delegation and the DKBA peace delegation sign the agreements resulting from the three-day negotiations.

The State Peace Talks Team met the Karen National Liberation Army (Peace Council) KNU/KNLA (PC) and the Democratic Karen Benevolent Army-DKBA delegations separately at the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Centre’s reception hall on 17 September morning. Both parties conducted an open discussion regarding the implementation of matters agreed on the first meeting, additional requirements and regional development matters.
Then, the State Peace Talks Team continued its third-day meeting with KNU/KNLA (PC) and DKBA delegations at the meeting hall of the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Centre.
SAC Member Union Minister at the Union Government Office Chairman of the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee Leader of the State Peace Talks Team Lt-Gen Yar Pyae and members: SAC Member Lt-Gen Moe Myint Tun, NSPNC Secretary Lt-Gen Min Naung and DKBA Chief of Staff Saw Steel, Adjutant-General Saw Sein Win, Vice-Chair Naw Kapaw Htoo of the KNU/KNLA (PC) and General Secretary Saw Kyaw Nyunt.
At the meeting, attendees signed final agreements resulting from the re-discussion of attitudes from both sides according to the three days of negotiations.
Afterwards, DKBA Chief of Staff Saw Steel on behalf of the ethnic armed organizations-EAOs and SPTT Leader Lt-Gen Yar Pyae made their concluding remarks and presented the record book on the SAC’s endeavours for the benefit of the country published by the Ministry of Information and books, MRTV DTH receiver, two-feet satellite dish and gifts. — MNA

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