Vice President urges non-signatories to sign NCA in order to settle political problems at table

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Vice President U Myint Swe speaks at the co-ordination meeting.

Vice President U Myint Swe has called on non-signatories to the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement to sign the deal as soon as possible in order to solve the political problems at the Union Peace Conference—21st Century Panglong.
He made the remarks at a coordination meeting of the Central Committee for Holding 70th Anniversary Union Day yesterday in Nay Pyi Taw.
The 21st Century Panglong Conference is the only road to the Union which would be based on democracy and a federal system, and the government is striving for inclusiveness of the conference, said the Vice President U Myint Swe.
In his capacity as the chairman of the central committee, Vice President U Myint Swe also reiterated the government’s commitment to ending armed conflicts in the country through political dialogues.
The President Office formed the central committee and sub-committees for holding the 70th Anniversary Union Day which falls on February 12.
The Union Day will be celebrated with the objective of unity and peace for all national peoples.
The objectives of the 70th Anniversary Union Day have called on all national peoples to work in
unity for peace of the country, he said.
The Vice President also stressed the importance of Union Spirit in bringing together all national peoples in unity, saying in retrospect the Panglong Conference could result in regaining the country’s independence through the unity of all national peoples.
“Peace is sine qua non for development of our country, and so we must work hard to achieve peace,” he said.
In his concluding remarks, Vice President U Myint Swe has called on the management committee and sub committees on holding the 70th Anniversary Union Day for working together to be able to successfully hold the ceremony.
Participants of the meeting discussed arrangements for holding the Union Day.

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