A second round of the six-party talks will be held when all participants are available, Minister for Information U Ye Htut said yesterday. Read full article ...
YANGON, May 11 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar ethnic peace negotiator -- the Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team (NCCT) is planning an all-inclusive conference next week to touch on potential signing of the nationwide ceasefire accord (NCA), the draft of which was preliminarily signed between the government's Union Peace Making Work Committee (UPWC) and the NCCT on March 31. Read full article ...
The next six-party talks will be held on a convenient day that all participants agree to, says presidential spokesman Ye Htut in Nay Pyi Taw. Read full article ...
The host organisation of a peace-building summit in Panghsan took participants on a tour of the Wa self-administered zone, including to new plantations that replaced poppy fields in Maingmaw Township. Read full article ...
Several thousand civilians have returned to their villages in and near the Kokang region in recent weeks but a renewed offensive by government forces close to Myanmar’s border with China has prompted another exodus of refugees, the World Food Programme (WFP) said yesterday. Read full article ...
Some ethnic armed groups belonging to the Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team (NCCT) have proposed amendments to the draft nationwide ceasefire agreement at the ethnic conference held in Panghsan, Shan State. Read full article ...
Government troops and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) resumed battles in Kachin State last week, amid efforts by the government and some ethnic groups to end military conflicts. Read full article ...
At the end of a six day summit to discuss the nationwide ceasefire agreement and the current peace process, Armed Ethnic Group leaders have called for a guarentee of Federalism, Constitutional ammedments, and the recognition of a Wa State. Read full article ...