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Position Statement on Signing of Approval on Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement Draft Reached between NCCT and UPWC

By United Nationalities Federal Council  •  April 7, 2015

1. The United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC) recognizes the work and effort made by the Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team (NCCT) for more than a year.

2. The signing on March 31, 2015 was not the signing of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA), but it was simply the signing of an approval reached on a draft agreement, between the NCCT and the Union Peace-making Work Committee (UPWC).

3. The NCCT members shall have to submit the approved draft to their respective top leaders and moreover, they shall have to acquire decision of the summit meeting.

4. For the conclusion of mission of the NCCT, the UNFC will undertake the implementation, in accordance with the firm principle, laid down originally.

5. The approval of NCA draft, reached between the NCCT and UPWC is not the final accepted agreement, and the final signing shall be done only after continued discussions on some topics, and if there is the “required implementation”.

6. On its part, the UNFC would like to affirm that it will consistently endeavor for the establishment of genuine peace and the federal union, and the resolution of various problems in the country, by peaceful means through negotiation.

Central Executive Committee

United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC)

Contacts:

Nai Hong Sar (Vice Chairman – 1) Phone: +66 (0) 805030849

Khu Oo Reh (General Secretary) Phone: +66 (0) 932712009

Col. Khun Okker (Joint General Secretary – 1) Phone: +66 (0) 819502158

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