State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi opened a second round of peace talks under her government here in the capital on Wednesday, predicting that the coming days would bring “intense discussions, exchanges of views, debates and difficult decisions.”
“We will soon be discussing procedures to relocate our office [to Burma] where we can continue our mission and operations,” said Naw Hser Hser.
The Karen National Union kicked off its 16th Congress in Karen State on Tuesday, with the influential ethnic armed group set to appoint a revamped leadership.
Many worthy tributes have already been paid to the late U Ko Ni in the days since he was tragically taken away from us. Much more remains to be said, and done.
DVB speaks to Mi Sue Pwint, a member of the Central Leading Committee of the All Burma Students’ Democratic Front on the occasion of the group’s 28th anniversary.
Joern Kristensen, the director of the Myanmar Institute for Integrated Development, speaks to DVB about Burma’s options for meeting its energy needs.