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Nippon Foundation to launch emergency aid in Mon and Karen areas

IMNA – During a visit to Japan last week by 19 representatives of the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC), the Nippon Foundation agreed to provide USD three million in humanitarian aid to fund infrastructure, food, and medicine for refugees from Burma living on the border and in ethnic areas. The …

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Minister U Aung Min calls urgent meeting with UNFC

IMNA – The Peace Making Work Committee led by U Aung Min, a chief Minister of U Thein Sein’s presidential office and principal peace negotiator, expressed a pressing need for a meeting with the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC), according to UNFC General Secretary Nai Hong Sar.

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New War and Tantamount Danger in Monland

“We want to solve political problems by means of politics, therefore, we entered into a ceasefire and we will demand a political dialogue,” former New Mon State Party’s (NMSP) President Nai Shwe Kyin once said.  Unfortunately, he passed away in 2003, and never saw a peaceful political dialogue within either …

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SEC gives NMSP a “pre-ceasefire relationship” ultimatum

By:Kon Hadae According to reports, an April 7th meeting between New Mon State Party (NMSP) members and the Southeast Command (SEC) involved the latter placing substantial pressure on the NMSP to accept the Burmese government’s Border Guard Force (BGF) agreement, at the risk of the government’s 1995 ceasefire agreement with …

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