Signed The Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement

Part III of the EU Agreement Stakeholders had to find ways to address these challenges after open and transparent discussions. The conclusions were turned into agreements and we were able to solve more problems in such situations. As a result, on 21 August the “Framework Agreement for the Implementation of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement” was signed, which is part 1 of the agreement within the framework of the Union III Agreement. In addition, the question of the actors was how to continue the peace process after 2020. The NCA did not talk about it. Although Parts I and II of the EU Agreement have been approved by the Hluttaw Union, the implementation of these two agreements is in fact still a long way off. We have had many informal discussions about whether we should set a certain deadline for these issues or implement them at the highest priority level. Finally, we have agreed on the modality of phased implementation. This agreement became Part 2 of the agreement under the UNION III agreement “Progressive work programmes and progressive implementation after 2020”.

In addition, the NCA has just defined “the creation of a democracy and a federal union based on the system”. However, there were differences of opinion on the systems of democracy and feudalism. While we have had intensive discussions, we have begun to become aware of the need to adopt a common vision for the construction of our future Union. We had to take a long time to reach this agreement. It was then included in the third part of the agreement under the UNION III agreement “Fundamental principles for the creation of a Union based on democracy and the federal system”. With the examination of these processes, the NCA was the first step towards the initiation of political dialogues and the establishment of a Democratic Federal Union after the end of the armed conflicts. The NCA was first founded with political and military issues. However, Part III of the Union Agreement was designed to transform federal dreams with different forms of democracy and federal systems into a “dream of the Union” into a common vision, in order to overcome the implementation challenges and move step by step to the next step towards the creation of a democratic Federal Union, in accordance with Part III of the Union Agreement. The steps that began with the NCA were stronger and it was a great success for our Union and for the national peoples.

Part III of the Union Agreement has become a solid basis which appears in the Panglong of 21 The Committee on the Environment, Health, Health and Safety, the Environment, Health and Safety, Health and The Committee appreciates and appreciates the participation and contribution of all stakeholders and supporters in the discussions. As a country with a history of civil wars, the experience of communities in conflict is essential to understanding and developing methods of conflict resolution and transformation. For example, conflict patterns in subnational areas of Myanmar vary between the use of heavy artillery and SALW (SALW). In many communities, some rural bandits with access to small arms and light weapons participate in armed robberies and deadly fighting with armed mobile tatmadaw in rural areas. In addition, some women and adolescents are believed to participate in ethnic armies (although some have denounced their participation). It is therefore important to include the contributions of these stakeholders if the ACA is to achieve the overall goal of conflict resolution. These armed experiments at the microprudential level in rural communities would be part of the concerns of the ACA agreement if appropriate consultations were conducted with rural communities. . . .