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In Myanmar, unanticipated and tragic reform since 2011 has ushered in a shift from half a millennium of junta leadership to a system of dual nationalism. It retains considerable powers, but competitively run general election, a vigorous parliamentary assembly, more vivid press and a burgeoning civic community have enabled debate on a number of topics concerning the state' s character and the state' s developing calendar that have not been possible so far.
Such changes are extremely difficult to cope with and can themselves create a new dynamic that can erode both the beginning process of democracy reform and the effort to find a sustainable resolution to decade-long interethnic clash. While the need to reconstruct the country's policy, economy and society to respond to the needs of its people is crucial, it is called into question by the significant shortfall in capacities in all industries, while basic issues concerning the roles of the army in the policy system persist.
Asia -Pacific is confronted with a multitude of problems with global economic problems and is now set to become the centre of global economic expansion, which is why the appropriate management of the problems of global and regional waters is a foundation for the sustained social inequalities.
The forthcoming Third Asia-Pacific Summit (APWS) will take place in Myanmar under the overall topic "Water Safety for Sustainability " in pursuance of the UN General Assembly resolutions of 2015. Pursuing the SDCs, the 3rd Annual General Meeting takes place: - to pave the way for the Asia-Pacific region's sustained hydrological developments - to deliver and exchange specific measures, find innovative approaches to cross-border and partnership-based co-operation for the purposes of integrating hydrological resource governance, a water-based industry and the realisation of global agenda.
An embassy/statement will be disseminated at related global waters summits such as the eighth World Forum on Waters in Brazil from 18 to 23 March 2018. There are 49 Asian-Pacific destination counties and territories for the Asia-Pacific Asia-Pacific Summit in the preparation of the Fourth WorldWaterForum; the number of Asia-Pacific destinations and territories is estimated at 49;
Federal States of Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nauru, Niue, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, East Timor, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu and Vietnam.