Mawlamyine, May (7)
Nai Aung Min, leader of the Peace Process Steering Committee (PPST), called on all parties to work together to build a Federal Democratic Union through political dialogue.
The PPST issued the wake-up call of Nai Aung Min’s opening remarks at a special meeting of the PPST, a coalition of ethnic armed groups that have signed the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA).
The PPST was held a special meeting on May 6 to discuss the military council’s peace talks, gather opinions within the stipulated time, and negotiate with other EAOs.
They will try to reach an understanding with different groups at home and abroad at the invitation of the military council and seek advice from the international community, the statement said.
Nai Aung Min said at a meeting yesterday that the PPST is committed to resolving the current political crisis through political means.
In addition, all stakeholders must be involved in any negotiation and efforts must be made to reduce conflicts and protect people in distress, he continued.
The meeting will be held until May 7 to exchange PPST members and their partners, gather their ideas, make the necessary arrangements, and strengthen cooperation through it.
Regarding the meeting statement, the Than Lwin Times attempted to contact PPST spokesperson, Comrade Myo Win, and other spokespersons of the Arakan Liberation Party (ALP) and the New Mon State Party (NMSP) but could not be reached.
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