Battles ‘not harmful to peace process’

Battles ‘not harmful to peace process’Officials of the Myanmar government’s Union Peace-making Work Committee (UPWC) and leaders of armed ethnic groups claim the recent resumption of armed clashes are not harmful to the peace-making process but have negative impacts on the people. The engagements were based on problems between soldiers on both sides at the lowest level, without any intent to disturb the peace talks, according to participants in the ongoing peace talks being held at the Myanmar Peace Center in Yangon on October 2. “In fact, it is the people who suffer losses. Both sides can meet at the roundtable for negotiation of peace if they are willing to actually restore peace. But it is impossible for these disturbances to affect the peace process,” sa...
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