(5th Waning of Pyatho, 1382 ME)
(1 February 2021)
1. The Tatmadaw has already issued a news release on the further suspension of all military operations of the Tatmadaw except State defence and administrative measures from 1 to 28 February 2021 so as to achieve enduring eternal peace after a nationwide ceasefire and continue peace dialogue by making best of use of the extended ceasefire periods.
2. Moreover, the Peace Talks Committee of the Tatmadaw was formed with four persons led by Lt-Gen Yar Pyae as chairman on 9 November 2020 in order to continue peace talks more effectively.
3. As it is the mandatory process to achieve the eternal peace for the State, the Peace Talks Committee of the Tatmadaw has been reconstituted with following persons in order to continue the peace talks as quickly as possible with the armed organizations which have signed the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement and the ethnic armed organizations that have yet to sign the NCA.
|(a)||Lieutenant-General Yar Pyae||Chairman|
|(b)||Lieutenant-General Sein Win||Member|
|(c)||Lieutenant-General Ye Aung||Member|
|(d)||Lieutenant-General Tin Maung Win||Member|
|(e)||Lieutenant-General Min Naung||Member|
|(f)||Lieutenant-General Aye Win||Member|
|(g)||Lieutenant-General Aung Lin Dway||Secretary|
4. The Peace Talks Committee of the Tatmadaw is hereby tasked with continuing talks with the NCA signatories in accord with the NCA provisions to further the peace process as well as with the NCA non-signatories until they sign the agreement and eternal peace is achieved.
Office of the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services