Standing Committee statement repeats objection to Tatmadaw’s “new” conditions for implementing the NCA
Central Committee seeks ‘consensus’ on decision-making amid suspension of talks with government, military
Ethnic armed groups are meeting in Chiang Mai to decide whether to join a summit with the state counselor and military chief aimed at reviving Myanmar's stalled peace process.
The KNU decided to continue working toward a peace deal with the government after a three-week meeting to review the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement, which it signed in 2015.
The Karen National Union puts its troops on alert after Karen militias clashed with Tatmadaw troops in areas controlled by KNU Brigade (5).
Commanders say peace process is restricted by 2008 Constitution while Tatmadaw is only concerned with disarmament.