While foreign observers largely praised the NCA signing, leaders from some ethnic groups that did not accede to the accord expressed their skepticism.
Armed soldiers were amongst a delegation from the KNPP that arrived in Loikaw on Thursday for talks with Burmese military representatives
The Karenni National Progressive Party’s Vice President Abel Tweed said holding additional rounds of talks with the government is necessary after agreeing to an initial ceasefire in March and a…
Following a union-level ceasefire agreement, the Karenni National Progressive Party opened its first liaison office in the Karenni state capital of Loikaw yesterday
Karenni National Progressive Party becomes latest group to agree truce as energy minister vows to break ground with Kachin