A delegation led by the chairman of NASK and the general secretary of the Lahu Democratic Union met to discuss peace issues.

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It is reported that the peace delegation led by the Chairman of the National Planning and Administration Council, Chief of Army Staff General Min Aung Hlaing, and Lahu Democratic Union (LDU) Secretary General Kya Solomon met at the reception hall of Byun Naung Avenue in Nay Pyi Taw on July 7 to discuss peace issues.

At the meeting, issues related to the implementation of a multi-party democratic system in line with the will of the public, issues related to the construction of the union based on democracy and federalism; Knowledge in creating a democratic system General Min Aung Hlaing had a clear discussion about the situation in which education promotion is being practically implemented across the country, including ethnic regions, as it is necessary to produce a large number of human resources full of skills, the press release of the State Administration Council announced.

After that, Lahu Democratic Union (LDU) General Secretary Kya Salomon and the members expressed their gratitude to the Chairman of the National Defense Force for the invitation to discuss peace with the aim of achieving peace throughout the country. It is reported that they discussed the views on the construction of a union based on democracy and federal system and presented the regional development issues.

Also, peace issues, Education It is also reported that they discussed the views of both sides regarding issues related to health and regional development.

Deputy Chairman of the State Planning and Administration Council, Deputy Chief of Defense Staff, Chief of Defense Staff (Army) Lieutenant General Soe Win; Council members are General Mya Tun Oo, Lieutenant General Mo Myint Tun; Lt. Gen. Ra Penu was in attendance, as well as Lahu Democratic Union (LDU) general secretary Kya Solomon, associate secretary (2) Kyakup, and Central Executive Committee member Phu Phu.

The peace delegation led by the general secretary of the Lahu Democratic Union (LDU), Kya Solomon, and the peace negotiation team formed by the State Planning and Administration Council. Peace talks with the National Unity and Peace Making Coordination Committee will continue.