SOURCE NYO OHN MYINT
Signing a State Level Ceasefire agreement between Government and ABSDF leaders
Myanmar’s government and the All Burma Students Democratic Front (ABSDF) have reached a four-point agreement, which includes a ceasefire, the opening of liaison offices and holding peace talks.
The agreement was reached during a state-level peace meeting between the Union Peacemaking Work Committee and ABSDF at the Myanmar Peace Centre in Yangon on Monday.
The government’s side was led by minister Aung Min, Khin Yi and Ohn Myint, Lower House MP Thein Zaw and Lieutenant General Thet Naing Win from the Defence Services. The ABSDF’s delegation was headed by chairman Yebaw Than Khe, vice chairman Yebaw Myo Win and general secretary Yebaw Hsan Ni.
“We will work together in Myanmar’s political and democratic reforms. The government and the ABSDF are no longer enemies. We have become close friends. The agreement we have reached now is a milestone in history,” Aung Min said. Continue reading “ABSDF leaders and Government sign State Level Ceasefire agreement”