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UWSA standoff cools

The Wa army and Burmese government officials are expected to meet this week in Naypyidaw to settle an ongoing logging dispute in southern Shan State.

UWSA calls for recognition of Wa Autonomous State

Speaking at summit in Panghsang, Wa commander Bao Youxiang urges ethnic leaders to support and recognise the Wa Autonomous State.

UWSA restricts media invitations to Panghsang conference

The Wa leadership have already stirred controversy by inviting representatives of the Kokang rebel group MNDAA.

KNU, UWSA slam conflict in northern Burma

In the lead-up to nationwide peace negotiations, two ethnic armed groups have denounced the hostile approach to conflict resolution in northern Burma.

UWSA to send delegation to Naypyidaw

The United Wa State Army (UWSA) will send a delegation to Naypyidaw on 1 March in the lead-up to the nationwide census, set to begin in March.

Ceasefire plan awaits SSA-S, UWSA consent

The draft framework for a nationwide ceasefire – the result of a summit between ethnic leaders in Karen State last week – awaits endorsement from the Shan State Army–South (SSA-S) and the United Wa State Army (UWSA).

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