UNFC willing to seek ways for reaching agreement on remaining points

United Nationalities Federal Council-UNFC members seen during the meeting in Chiang Mai. Photo: MNA
United Nationalities Federal Council-UNFC members seen during the meeting in Chiang Mai. Photo: MNAUNF

The United Nationalities Federal Council-UNFC would keep on seeking other ways for holding a meeting between the leaders of the two sides as part of efforts for signing the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement-NCA.
UNFC made this remark in its announcement released following the two-day meeting of the committee which ended yesterday in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
“… regarding the peace process, the DPN and the Peace Commission held negotiations over the nine points, and to achieve answers for the remaining points, UNFC would continue to seek ways for holding a meeting between the leaders of the two sides,” said the statement.
During the meeting, they reviewed the works of UNFC and current measures taken by the Delegation of Peace Negotiation of the UNFC and discussions between the DPN and the Peace Commission over nine points proposed by the UNFC.
“The nine-points proposed by UNFC were aimed at signing the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement. We review outcomes of every meeting. UNFC and Peace Commission also reviewed the latest development of the nine-points,” said U Tun Zaw, Member of the Central Committee of the UNFC.
“New Mon State Party (NMSP) and its central committee made a decision to sign the NCA. But, they did not say definitely when they will implement the decision. NMSP is a member of the UNFC. They made the remark to sign the NCA under the flag of UNFC,” he added.
The nine-points proposed by the UNFC have been discussed for more than 17 months between the DPN and the PC. — Ye Khaung Nyunt

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