State Peace Talks Team holds talks with RCSS Chair-led peace delegation for second day

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The second-day meeting between the State Peace Talks Team and the peace delegation headed by the RCSS Chair is progress yesterday.

The second-day meeting between the State Peace Talks Team and the peace delegation from the Restoration Council of Shan State (RCSS) was held yesterday morning at the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Centre in Nay Pyi Taw.
The meeting was attended by State Administration Council Member Union Minister at the Government Office Chairman of the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee-NSPNC Peace Talks Team Leader Lt-Gen Yar Pyae and members — SAC Member Lt-Gen Moe Myint Tun, NSPNC Secretary Lt-Gen Min Naung and member Lt-Gen Win Bo Shein, RCSS Chair General Yawd Serk, RCSS’s central executive committee members Sao Saung Han, Sao Um Khe and representatives.
Both sides discussed the pending issues from the first-day meeting and bilateral proposals on democracy and federalism. The 33 basic policies on Shan State proposed by the RCSS and common agreements on peace and development were mutually clarified and discussed openly with the attendees. The two sides also discussed and negotiated drafts to have agreements, and the second-day meeting was adjourned.
The third-day meeting will continue on 26 January, and the two sides will sign the completed agreements as both sides already had the same attitudes on preliminary agreements. — MNA/TS

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