The Tatmadaw says the slow pace of peace depends on ethnic armed groups

The government and the military are trying to achieve peace within the country, but whether the peace process is fast depends on the ethnic armed groups (EAOs), said Soe Naing Oo, leader of the Tatmadaw Information Commission. He spoke at a press conference of the Tatmadaw-based News Media Group in Nay Pyi Taw on November 24.

“They (EAOs) have addictions. Without those things, we will think about the center of the country and think about it. If people are centered, peace can be achieved quickly. If we think for our organization, peace can be delayed, ”he said.

We have been trying to achieve peace in the country since the last government. However, the peace process is a shambles. “The peace process is also internationally studied. It goes down like that, ”he said. He said that both the government and the armed forces should be very patient and invited for peace in the context of the peace process.

The better their engagement, the faster they will join.” If not, we have to wait, “he said. He urged all to cooperate, as the peace process is not for the government but for the army, but for the people.The government and the military are trying to hold a peace conference , and a JICM meeting will soon be held, according to a press conference from the Tatmadaw News Agency.