A Karenni leader stressed that delegates would aim to reach mutual agreements on behalf of all ethnic armed groups that are working towards a federal system.
DVB speaks to prominent lawyer Ko Ni about the prospects for the introduction of new legislation to address the problem of religious discrimination and hate speech in Burma.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, commander-in-chief of the armed forces, says non-ceasefire groups are welcome to join future peace talks, as armed groups push for more inclusive negotiations.
The three men were rescued from a Chonburi dock after their boat returned to shore.
Suu Kyi also plans to meet members of other armed groups as she prepares to launch a comprehensive peace process building on last year’s Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement.
“Ideally, we want you to have passports, and Thailand, your host country, does not object to this,” she told Burmese migrants at the fishing port town.