Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meets PNO leaders, ethnic leaders in Kayah State

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Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meeting with U Aung Kham Hti, patron of the PNO peace group. 
Photo: Office of the Commander-in-Chief

Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing met with U Aung Kham Hti, Patron of the Pa-O National Peace Group at Kyauktalongyi in Taunggui Township, Shan State yesterday, according the news release of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief. At the meeting, U Nay Win Tun, a member of the panel of patrons of the Pa-O peace group, explained the efforts of PNO for peace and development in the region.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing expressed the Tamadaw’s commitment to achieving the eternal peace in the country, stressing the importance of the rule of law in the region.
The duty for prevalence of the rule of law is to be carried out by the regional authorities and police force and the defence duty of the country is to be carried out by the Tatmadaw, said the Senior General.
The Senior General also explained the efforts of the government and the Tatmadaw to gain eternal peace in the country, pledging to provide aid to the development of the Kyauktalongyi region.
He also discussed with the leaders of PNO peace group requirements for elimination of drug in the region and promoting education standard of the local people. At the meeting, the Senior General presented gifts to U Aung Kham Hti and cash donated by the families of the Tamadaw to the board of trustees of Maha Witha Buddha Gaya Pagoda in Kyauktalongyi.
Similarly, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing met with ethnic leaders in Kayah State at a local command in Loikaw.
Also present at the meeting were senior military officers, representatives of KNPP, KNG, KNPDP and peace makers U Paw Lu Chan, U Khi Yae and responsible officials.
At the meeting, the Senior General said all are responsible for peace and stability and development of Kayak State, urging organizations, political parties, social organizations and ethnic armed organizations which have not yet returned to the fold of the law to participate in bring about the peace and stability of the region.
The purpose of the reason why peace making efforts are made is to pave the way for all ethnic armed groups to enjoy the democratic rights as the country is walking on the path to democracy. He continued to say that only when all ethnic armed groups sign the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement, will the country enjoy the eternal peace. Representatives of the ethnic armed groups explained the regional development works and peace making efforts. The Senior General presented gifts to the attendees and the meeting ended, according the news release of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief.

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