Peace Commission and the delegation for Political negotiation of the United Nationalities Federal Council-UNFC held talks yesterday in Chaingmai, Thailand, over nine points demanded by the UNFC.
“We have no major disagreements, only some verbal modifications during the five formal meetings we held with Delegation for Political Negotiation-DPN,” said a member of Peace Commission at a press meet in Chaingmai, Thailand yesterday.
U Aung Soe, PC member and the leader of the delegation that held talks with DPN of the United Nationalities Federal Council-UNFC also told the media that an agreement reached at the informal meeting is a precursor of a good answer at the sixth formal meeting.
At the press meet, U Khu Oo Ral, leader of the DPN, said finding solutions to the issues still under negotiations is the baseline of the informal meeting.
Yesterday’s informal meeting between DPN and UPC delegation is to explain the results of the second session of the Union Peace Conference: 21st Century Panglong where UNFC members were absent and to discuss the nine points demanded by UNFC.
The formal meeting still needs negotiations for military-related issues and a political framework.
PC and DPN are planning to hold further talks in Yangon after UNFC has held its conference on 20 this month.
Ye Khaung Nyunt