September 23, 2017

Step Closer to Peace

NDAA (Mongla) holds talks with Peace Commission, backs “all-inclusive” peace policy

National Democratic Alliance Army-NDAA (Mongla) and Myanmar Peace Commission hold talks in Yangon. Photo: MNA
National Democratic Alliance Army-NDAA (Mongla) and Myanmar Peace Commission hold talks in Yangon. Photo: MNA

Representatives of the National Democratic Alliance Army-NDAA (Mongla) backed the government’s “all-inclusive” peace policy and pledged again not to secede from the union, upholding it as a political principle.
The organization based in Special Region-4 in Shan State held talks Union Peace Commission yesterday in Yangon over the upcoming Union Peace Conference—21st Century Panglong.
“Besides, they also proposed a resource sharing issue and expressed their views that  the country’s resources should be equitably shared  among all ethnic peoples for the development all regions and the taxation be managed systematically,” said U Khin Zaw Oo.
The two sides also discussed land issues, environmental conservation, human rights and freedom of belief.
The peace commission also invited the NDAA (Mongla) leaders to participate in the political framework review meeting which is scheduled to be held in the first week of August.

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