December 13, 2017

Collective force is our strength!

Much as we are facing international pressure, allegations and criticisms over the Rakhine State affair, Rakhine State Peace, Stability and Development Committee chaired by the State Counsellor was formed, constantly performing the tasks under the management of four working committees.
The Rakhine State affair is not only the affair of the whole nation but has also been under the close scrutiny of the international community. Thus it is being handled with great care. According to findings after a year-long study of the advisory commission on Rakhine State Affair, the tasks which will be beneficial for the country and the people among the recommendations of the advisory commission are now under implementation.
The tasks of implementation for peace, stability and development in Rakhine State cannot be accomplished overnight, so they are systematically being carried out step by step, being the ones to be implemented in the long run. At such a time, global pressure and pessimistic views will never be a fruitful approach. Instead, the international community should have cooperated to solve the problem so that constructive results can be brought about.
At present, the Union Government is urgently supplying humanitarian assistance but there are still difficulties to supply subsidies in sufficient quantities to refugees in a short period time. The UEHRD was therefore set up so that all the people in Myanmar can contribute their labor, effort and humanitarian assistance collectively.
In doing so, social harmony and understanding between both communities plays an important role for national security so that tasks for development can be performed without fear and anxiety.
The statement described in paragraph 60 of the recommendations of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State which said, “The Government should encourage emergence of negotiations between social societies,” is being implemented. Responsible officials from the Implementation Committee regarding Recommendations on Rakhine State, representatives from national ethnic races such as Thet, Daingnet, Mro, Khami, Maramagyi, Kaman, Rakhine, and etc., met on 24th November for negotiations. This is building harmony and mutual trust between different communities.
Assembly in the same place for negotiation between those from different races and societies in Rakhine State is strengthening mutual trust by consolidating differences. In other words, it is moving towards national peace, stability and development with collective forces, without segregation of race, religions and political beliefs. Provided that consolidation, unity and negotiation can be built up among different communities in Rakhine State, it is sure that a peaceful, stable and developed Rakhine State will emerge in the not too distant future.

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