Peace Process

Mizzima Business Weekly - - ETHNIC NEWS ROUNDUPS -

Lead­ers from cease­fire sig­na­tory and non-sig­na­tory eth­nic armed groups met in Chi­ang Mai, Thai­land, last week to dis­cuss co­op­er­a­tion on the peace process. The meet­ing in­volved rep­re­sen­ta­tives from both the United Na­tion­al­i­ties Fed­eral Coun­cil’s Del­e­ga­tion for Po­lit­i­cal Ne­go­ti­a­tion (DPN) and the Peace Process Work­ing Team (PPST), which rep­re­sents the eight sig­na­to­ries to the na­tion­wide cease­fire agree­ment (NCA).The two-day meet­ing cov­ered is­sues sur­round­ing the frame­work for po­lit­i­cal di­a­logue in­clud­ing as­sess­ing pa­pers on de­fence and se­cu­rity, joint cease­fire mon­i­tor­ing, terms of ref­er­ence and the UNFC’s eight-point pre­con­di­tions to sign­ing the NCA.

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