NSPNC Meets Representatives of Seven NCA-signatory EAOs and Officials of Registered Political Parties

The National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee (NSPNC) convened a meeting with the delegation of the seven ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) that signed the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) on 28 March at the NSPNC Centre in Nay Pyi Taw.

Union Minister for Border Affairs and Chairman of NSPNC Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung, along with members of the committee, Patron of PNLO U Khun Okkar, ALP Chairperson Saw Mra Raza Lin, LDU Vice-Chairman Kya Phu, Saw Kyaw Than Htay of DKBA, Central Executive Committee member of the KNU/KNLA Peace Council Saw Maung Maung, and Central Executive Committee member of NMSP Nai Aung Ma Ngay, and Central Executive member of RCSS Sao Saung Han, attended the meeting.

  • During the meeting, NSPNC Chairman Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung discussed peace process related to NCA and explained the issues about humanitarian assistance, the end of armed conflicts, six peace policies of  the Tatmadaw, and enduring peace processes.      
  • Following this, ALP Chairperson Saw Mra Raza Lin, on behalf of the EAO attendees, discussed issues related to the continuous development of the peace process and issues concerning building a Union based on democracy and federalism, as well as the preparation and reconstitution of the Peace Process Steering Team (PPST).

Subsequently, they discussed humanitarian assistance issues and the conditions under which the Progress of Border Areas and National Races Department and an INGO would be able to implement the “project to provide necessary assistance for the peace process of Myanmar”.

A meeting between the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee (NSPNC) and representatives from registered political parties on that day.
The meeting was attended by Union Minister for Border Affairs Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung, who is also the Chairman of the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee, and its members, chairpersons, vice-chairpersons, and officials from 43 registered political parties.     

  • At the meeting, the attendees discussed the matters pertaining to form group and working group of political parties that will further hold talks with the NSPNC, the points ought to be amended in the Constitution (2008), vision and mission of negotiation committee, development negotiated with ethnic armed organizations, the situation in line with three points of NCA’s strategy, and People’s Military Service Law. Next, attendees also discussed their opinions and suggestions during the meeting, it is reported. 

  Source: MWD (29.3.2024)

  • The National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee (NSPNC) convened a meeting with the delegation of the seven ethnic armed organizations (EAOs). During the meeting, NSPNC Chairman Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung discussed peace process related to NCA and explained the issues about humanitarian assistance, the end of armed conflicts, six peace policies of  the Tatmadaw, and enduring peace processes.
  • During the meeting between the NSPNC and representatives from registered political parties, they discussed the points that ought to be amended in the Constitution (2008), development negotiated with ethnic armed organizations, the situation in line with three points of NCA’s strategy, and People’s Military Service Law.
engdate: 
Friday, March 29, 2024 - 17:15
month: 
March, 2024