Politics

Govt works in partnership with UN to deal with many serious challenges: Aung San Suu Kyi

Violence has no place in a democratic Myanmar and the Government of Myanmar is pleased to working in partnership with the United Nations to deal with many serious challenges that our country faces, said Aung San Suu Kyi in her press release issued on May 2. 
 
The remarks came from a press release as to the visit of the delegation of the United Nations Security Council issued by the State Counsellor Office on May 2. 
 

No evidence found in genocide accusation against Myanmar

No evidence have been found in genocide accusation against Myanmar and the international community stating genocidal incidents in Myanmar is also one-sided story, said Tin Maung Swe, Secretary of Rakhine State Government. 
 
Tin Maung Swe, Secretary of Rakhine State Government said that genocide accusation is so imaginary. If there are genocidal incidents, those concerned should prove precise evidences.  
 

Website launched for public study of bills in parliament

A website named I AM A BILL was introduced at Park Royal Hotel in Yangon on May 1 that aims to post the submission of bills and their discussions in parliament on a timely basis.

UNSC delegation visits reception camps in Maungdaw, northern Rakhine State

The representatives of 15 members of United Nations Security Council visited the reception camps built by Myanmar government for those returning from Bangladesh and met Bengali villagers who didn’t flee to Bangladesh, Hindus whose family members were massacred and tribes. 
 

Rakhine issue should not be widely regarded as political competition

Rakhine issue should not be played and regarded as a political competition. It ought to be considered as State issue or a national issue, said Ko Ko Gyi, the first leader of ‘Four Eights’ political party.
 
The Four Eights’ political party has already got an official letter agreeing the establishment of the party. 
   

KNPP to try to step up NCA signing

The Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP) will try their best to step up the signing of nationwide ceasefire agreement (NCA), quoted a passage from the joint-statement made by the government peace commission and the KNPP.
 
The joint-statement appeared following the official meeting held by the government peace commission and the KNPP.
 

Ethnic armed organisations are not ‘delaying’ peace conference: ABSDF

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President Win Myint arrives Singapore to attend 32nd Asean Summit

President Win Myint has arrived in Singapore to attend the 32nd summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on April 26.
The President was accompanied by Union Minister for International Cooperation Kyaw Tin and other officials.

UNSC’s delegation to arrive in Myanmar on April 30

The delegation of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) will arrive in Myanmar on April 30 and plans are underway to meet State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, Kyaw Moe Tun, Director-General of International Organisations and Economic Department told the Daily Eleven Newspaper on April 26.
The Security Council members planned to head to Myanmar and Bangladesh on a working visit to check on Bengali situation there, said UN and international sources. 

President Win Myint leaves for Singapore to attend 32nd ASEAN Summit

Myanmar delegation led by President Win Myint left for Singapore to attend the 32nd ASEAN Summit and related meetings by special flight this morning.