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Myanmar Republic Office of the President Announcement 3/2018
As part of its Rakhine Intergovernmental Commission on Conciliation, Peacemaking, Stabilityandbuilding, the Government of the Republic of Myanmar has appointed an independent commission of inquiry. The interim recommendations of the Advisory Council to the Committee for the Rakhine State Committee were also taken into account in this ruling.
In the aftermath of the acts of terrorism by Argos, the Independent Commission will examine the violations of fundamental freedoms and related questions. There will be three members of the Commission, one of whom will be an internationally recognised figure. The firm is supported by domestic and foreign law and technology specialists.
United States of America and the Republic of Myanmar Joint Declaration
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, State Councillor of the Republic of Myanmar, is on an formal tour of Washington DC in September 2016 at the request of President Barack Obama. State Councillor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and President Obama met at the White House on 14 September and adopted this common declaration.
They both noted the enormous changes in Myanmar in the last five years, when Myanmar passed from an open country to a junta regime, holding free and free polls in November 2015 and introducing a new democracy in March 2016. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, State Councillor, praised the roles of the United States and other members of the global movement in promoting and sustaining this process of transformations, and President Obama reiterated the US's continuing commitment to the country's ongoing process of democracy.
The two Heads of State and Government noted that Myanmar's handover has brought about a drastic transformation in the country's relations, opening up possibilities for building a solid and multi-faceted cooperation for the reciprocal benefits of both states. She reaffirmed to the President her dedication to promoting Myanmar's democratically sustainable transformation through peaceful, nationally reconciled and integrative development.
The EU stated its conviction that the Panglong Trial of the 21 st century, launched on 31 August 2016, would bring sustainable international peacefulness to populations of vulnerable populations and help the Myanmar community to develop an integrative Union that encompasses the wealth and richness of the state. It underlined its government's engagement in solving the state of Rakhine's difficult international policy, economical and human needs and in developing the state' s economy.
The State Council noted that peacemaking, domestic reconstruction and integrated macroeconomic expansion are all interdependent and described the scope of the country's macroeconomic policy for developing its economies. It underlined Myanmar's welcome for foreign investments to foster vigorous, inclusive and long lasting indigenous economies and called on the United States to remove the residual penalties against Myanmar in order to support these investments and in appreciation of the moves Myanmar has made towards democratisation.
President said to the State Council that the main thrust of US policies towards Myanmar was to help Myanmar prosper. It reaffirmed that the United States will maintain its firm commitment to the Council of State's stated political and aid programmes. The Council welcomes the Myanmar Government's long-standing efforts to respond to the long-standing aspirations of all Rakhine State authorities, in particular the creation of the Rakhine State Advisory Commission under the chairmanship of Mr Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations.
It was hoped that all Myanmar civilian warring factions would take the chance of the Panglong 21 century trial to search for tranquillity and lay the groundwork for a dynamic democracy and nationalism. President reaffirmed the importance of the importance of the involvement of civic organizations in the implementation of Myanmar's domestic objectives for developing and promoting and protecting respect for fundamental freedoms and democracy.
President Barroso stated his engagement to help Myanmar grow integratively, both through continuing aid and through changes in US policies aimed at promoting good governance investments in Myanmar. In agreement with the State Council on the importance of the rule of Law, the President said that the United States will remain supportive of Myanmar's effort to build internal constitutional governance and will work in close cooperation with Myanmar and other counterparts in ASEAN to tackle local and trans-national issues such as non-proliferation and the fight against the plague of drug, terrorist and extremist groups.
Both the President and the Council of State pledged to marked this new period in our relations by declaring a U.S.-Myanmar alliance. Under the auspices of the U.S. State Department and Myanmar State Department, this twinning will allow the two nations to expand and intensify their co-operation in a number of sector.
In order to promote these efforts, the President and the Council of State undertook to work together on the following steps: Recognising the advances Myanmar has made towards democracy through, inter alia, the elections of a civilian-led administration and in an attempt to promote inclusive macroeconomic development, the United States will end the national emergency in Myanmar and repeal the executive order-based regime of Burma's Sanction Programme.
Given the advances made on various front lines, the United States will re-establish the advantages of the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) for Myanmar, as well as the reinforcement of the protection of workers' IPRs. United States and Myanmar are committed to continuing co-operation in tackling the outstanding issues of enhancing the rule of law, fostering compliance with fundamental freedoms, combating the traffic in humans, combating anti-corruption and combating financial crime and drugs.
United States and Myanmar recognise their common interest in increased bi-lateral commercial involvement and an exchange of ideas on legislation and practice affecting bi-lateral streams of investments and FDI, as well as the features of a high-quality bi-lateral IIA. United States and Myanmar acknowledged the important part played by small and expanding enterprises in helping to promote integrated economy.
United States plans to enter into a credit line with five micro-finance agencies to lend over $10 million to small companies in Myanmar that will improve the country's accessibility to basic necessities and help create jobs for Myanmar's people. United States and Myanmar are working to promote the world' s healthcare system.
Myanmar will conduct and launch a Joint External Evaluation (JEE) of the country's prevention, detection and response capacities to communicable diseases in 2017. In 2016, the United States concluded and issued a JEE. United States and Myanmar will develop people-to-people relations, inter alia through the expansion of the teaching of 1,500 extra lessons of teaching 1,500 teaching staff, the expansion of U.S. education counseling throughout Myanmar by 50 per cent for U.S. college graduates interested in study in the United States, and the introduction of a new leadership exchanges programme in Myanmar that will impart knowledge about Dgovernem.
United States and Myanmar look forward to the first group of Peace Corps peace corps staff to educate and educate schoolchildren.