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Jan 08, 2019
12:07PM

Myanmar says Peace talks is always open to armed groups

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Myanmar has said that the door for peace talks is always open to the armed groups. Presidential office spokesperson U Zaw Htay said, the pursuit of peace through the Peace Commission would not be blocked.

He reiterated that the government welcomes political dialogue on nationalities' rights, equality and federal rights at the 21st Century Panglong Peace conference.

These comments come just days after armed group Arakan Army launched coordinated attacks on four border police outposts on Friday. 13 policemen were killed in the attack.

Meanwhile, President U Win Myint chaired a coordination meeting yesterday on Myanmar's international relations, national security, Rakhine state and border security issues.

The presidential office has instructed to reinforce the security forces in the conflicted areas. 

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