Myanmar Military Wants All Ethnic Rebels Groups in Cease-Fire Agreement

Myanmar Military Wants All Ethnic Rebels Groups in Cease-Fire Agreement   Myanmar’s military chief wants all armed ethnic groups to strive hard to join a proposed nationwide cease-fire agreement, saying unity was critical for development and democracy, according to the leader of a Karen political organization.During a meeting Wednesday with leaders of the Karen National Union (KNU), the armed forces commander in chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said that “he doesn’t want any group missing from signing the nationwide cease-fire agreement,” KNU leader Mahn Nyein Maung told RFA’s Myanmar Service.The KNU and its armed wing, the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA), also met Myanmar President Thein Sein, who Mahn Nyein Maung said told the groups that he...
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