Myanmar’s dual racial groups to join signing of national ceasefire accord

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Naypyidaw: The Myanmar supervision has invited dual special segment racial armed groups to join a approaching signing of a national ceasefire settle (NCA), an central news pronounced on Monday.

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The dual racial armed groups from Wa Special Region-2 and Mongla Special Region-4, Shan state were not among a 15 armed groups that participated in a final array of assent talks with a government.

The invitation was extended by a government’s Union Peace Making Work Committee (UPWC) to leaders of a dual groups during a assembly in Kengtung, Shan state during a weekend, Xinhua News Agency reported.

The dual groups welcomed a assent routine and a breeze NCA reached between a supervision and racial armed groups, and affianced to continue constructive negotiations with a supervision on a doing of a NCA and indirect domestic dialogue.

Wa Special Region-2 and Mongla Special Region-4 are areas where U Pauk Yu Chang-led United Wa State Army (UWSA) and U Sa Lin-led National Democratic Alliance Army (NDAA) were respectively relocated by a supervision in 1989 after returning to a authorised overlay with shared ceasefire agreements already inked then.

A breeze NCA was preliminarily sealed between a government’s UPWC and a racial groups’ Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team (NCCT) in late Mar after end of some-more than one year’s negotiation.