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a href= "/politics/14263">UNDP discusses with Rakhine State Parliament spokesman in three cities feasability surveys
On 2 July, UNDP Country Director Peter Batchelor and the MP appealed to San Kyaw Hla, spokesman for the Rakhine State Parliament at its offices, to meet with UNDP Country Director Peter Batchelor to clarify issues related to the MoU signature with the MoU and to carry out viability surveys in three cities such as Maungdaw, Yathedaung and Buthidaung.
Only the third meeting of the Union Peace Conference, also known as the Panglong Conference of the twenty-first century, will not be able to resolve the real cause of the real policy issue that existed within the state, said General Saw Mutu Say Poe, Chairman of the Karen National Union (KNU). On 29 June in Nay Pyi Taw, a mission headed by the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Peter Maurer summoned President Win Myint, State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi, Foreign Minister of the Union and General Superior Min Aung Hlaing, Supreme Commander of the Defence Services.
Since taking up its Chairmanship two years ago, the country's administration has made some headway in its reforms, but there are still challenging issues that are hard to tackle due to the constitutional constraints, said Dr Zaw Myint Maung, Mandalay region's country's main regional secretary. Commenting at a regional authority function briefing on the second one-year term in Mandalay on 28 June, the Prime Minster said.
On 28 June, the chairman of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Peter Maurer, meeting with representatives of civil and civil society organisations from Sittwe. Larry Jagan, Myanmar expert and former BBC World Service News regional newsreader, over the Bangkok Post's military chief's putsch threatening was completely misleading, said Director General Zaw Htay of the Ministry of State Counsellor Office.
Following the visit to IDP shelter, Myanmar's National Human Rights Commission on 26 June released a declaration that accountable officers such as the relevant governmental authorities, members of parliament and army staff should organise the safe lives of internally expelled people in the refugee camp and free and safe travel in the area.
Myanmar National Human Rights Commission officers paid a tour of the displaced persons camp in Kachin state and proposed ways to resolve the problems of displaced persons in the state. Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Service, who is on a trip to Thailand, was received outside their offices on 25 June by General Tarnchaiyan Srisuwan, Chief of Defence Forces of the Royal Thai Armed Forces with an Honorary Guard.
Upon arriving in the office of Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, the Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces presented the Chief Commander and the Royal Thai Armed Forces High Officer Team.