Saw Kwe Htoo Win, leader of the Peace Process Steering Team (PPST) of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) signatories, said that they have fulfilled all requirements and urged all to organise national political dialogues as soon as possible, it was revealed at the meeting between the Peace Commission and eight signatories to the NCA in Yangon yesterday.
“I would like to request authorities to organise national level political dialogues as soon as possible and to approve regions for the dialogues to take place”, Chairman of the Peace Commission Dr Tin Myo Win was quoted as saying at the meeting.
“The peace process has always opened its door to all ethnic groups regardless of any differences, as political dialogues are of utmost importance for the further steps of the process”.
Dr Tin Myo Win also expressed his desire to achieve peace through continued negotiations in the political dialogues with ethnic leaders.
Yesterday’s meeting also discussed formation of ceasefire supervisory committees composed of representatives from state/region governments, the Tatmadaw, ethnic armed groups and political parties.
The meeting was attended by the Peace Commission on behalf of the government, signatories to the NCA, U Thu Wai and special guests including Kayin State Chief Minister Nang Khin Htwe Myint and U Min Shwe, Secretary of Kayin State Government.