Myanmar pledges to continue peace process in accordance with military announcement

Myanmar's National Reconciliation and Peace Center (NRPC) has pledged to continue to strive towards the participation of eight remaining non-ceasefire signatory ethnic armed organizations in political dialogue, while strengthening the ceasefire already achieved with 10 armed organizations. The NRPC made the pledge in a press release issued late on Friday in response to a military announcement issued earlier on the day that the military will suspend of all its military action against armed groups in operation areas in five military command regions for over four months starting from Dec. 21 until April 30, 2019. According to Friday's announcement of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief of the Defense Services, during the military's non-operation period, ethnic armed groups in respective operation areas are to negotiate for ceasefire and peace with the NRPC and group-wise negotiations are also needed with all those remaining non-ceasefire signatory armed groups scattered in the northern, northeastern, eastern, middle-eastern and triangle military command areas to sign the Nationwide Cease fire Accord (NCA). .....................

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