Myanmar : Will the North's trilateral talks have an impact on other operations? Myanmar : Will the North's trilateral talks have an impact on other operations?

Myanmar : Will the North's trilateral talks have an impact on other operations?

Myanmar : Will the North's trilateral talks have an impact on other operations?

Suppression of online fraud gangs, General Zaw Min Tun, spokesman for the military council, announced on the evening of December 11 through the media under the military council that he had met and held talks with the three northern twin groups that began operations on October 27 with the help of the Chinese government.

Officials from the Military Council's Peacemaking Coordination Committee and the Kokang Force MNDAA, Taang National Liberation Army TNLA Rakhine Army (AA) officials said they held talks to resolve it politically with the help of China. what day what day Where exactly what was discussed was not disclosed.

"After entering China, getting engaged is a mutual agreement."

Some local media reported that the meeting was held in Yunnan province, and officials from the three northern groups and a lieutenant general from the military council attended. Major General Zaw Min Tun said that depending on the progress of this discussion, they will discuss again at the end of this month.

The Northern Twins have not released anything about this discussion, and RFA has called the officials several times, but they have not received an answer.

not to be involved with the National Unity Government (NUG); China-based political, political Military analyst Dr. Hla Kyaw Zo said.

"The northern groups are very tight-lipped. Because they can't give in to the pressure from China. They said from the beginning that China must participate in these meetings, what did they say? I think they will say what they deserve. I heard that the army's request is not to get involved with the NUG, and they are very firm in their demand that they withdraw from the areas they have already fought for. It happened "

After October 27th, when the 1027 operation began, the three twin alliances have been fighting in the Northern Shan State, Namkham, Shinni, Chin Shwe Ha, Hatred Cudgel, pansai rough terrain Nearly 200 army camps of the Military Council were captured, including Phormsai and Namslak region.


The border traders said that the border trade between the two countries has been disrupted and both countries have been greatly affected because the three brothers have taken control of the four China-Myanmar border trade gates.

China intervened because its interests were affected, politics, Military analyst Dr. Sai Kyi Zin Soe reviewed.

"The people involved here have already thought about China's interests from the beginning. Behind it are the interests of relevant groups and their attempts to seize territory. China is involved in border issues in addition to its own interests. Issues such as tearing apart the hotel fence and driving back those who ran away. These are issues that they are worried about, and because they have such concerns, I think they have a tendency to negotiate so that these things do not get bigger and worse."

According to the military council's press release, between the end of October and the start of the 1027 operation, between today and December 12, the military council and the Chinese government held at least seven meetings to stabilize the border.

Military Council Foreign Minister U Than Swe attended the (8th) Mekong Lanchan Meeting held in Beijing, China from December 5th to 10th.

During the visit, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, He met with the deputy secretary of the Communist Party of China's Yunnan State Committee, Xi Yukang, and discussed the security of the border region, including the fighting in Shan North. Both sides announced that they discussed stability issues.

On December 11th, the military council made a public announcement that it had held a meeting with the three northern twin groups.

A former member of the Myanmar Peace Center (MPC), who is close to the military council, said that the Chinese side has been trying since the end of November to make this dialogue happen. He said that an agreement was reached for a temporary ceasefire between the two armies from that discussion. About this, RFA has not been able to independently confirm it yet.

A former military officer, political, Dr. Aung Myo, a military analyst, believes that the Military Council will have to officially give up some areas in North Shan during the talks.

"For example, it might happen if you give Lak Kai like. It might happen to Kru Kok. Mongko, Phamsai will probably be more. It's more distant than Kru Kok. In some places, they (the three northern groups) will have to retreat. As long as there's a war, they'll keep whatever land they have, and if there's no economy, where can they stand? They seem to understand this. So they can only stop if the government and them get along."

But he also said that if an agreement is reached with the three twin alliances and the fighting in northern Shan State ends, armed resistance in the rest of the country will be suppressed.

The Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP)-affiliated Karenni Army (KA) and joint forces have launched a 1111 operation in Kayah State and southern Shan State in parallel with the 1027 operation of the three northern groups, and are trying to capture the capital city of Loikaw.

Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP) Secretary (1) U Aung San Myint said that the dialogue between the three northern groups will not affect them because they have decided to bring down the military dictator.

"What we have to experience is that if one side makes a cease-fire, it puts military pressure on the other side. This is an old way of doing things. If you ask if there is any concern, since we have done our best to bring down the military dictator, there is no reason for the situation to be worse than this. We have nothing to worry about. The main thing is the fall of this military dictator who is interfering with the construction of a federal democratic union.

U Kyaw Zaw, spokesperson for the National Unity Government (NUG) presidential office, told RFA that he did not want to comment specifically on the talks between the three twin alliances.

This is the second meeting between the three northern parties since the 2021 military coup. On June 1 of this year, the military council and the three twin alliances held a meeting in Myla, northern Shan State, but failed to reach an agreement.

Until the night of December 11, when news broke that the military council and the three northern factions discussed again, fighting between the military council army and the three allied factions continued in northern Shan State and Rakhine State. Therefore, most are watching with interest to see what the outcome of the current discussion will be.



The road in front of the Indonesian KPU has been closed ahead of the 2024 presidential candidate debate

Jakarta - Police have begun closing Jalan Imam Bonjol, Menteng, Central Jakarta ahead of the first debate for the 2024 Presidential Candidates (Capres) at the General Election Commission (KPU) Office, Central Jakarta which will start at 19.00 WIB.
 
"Yes, for the sake of mutual comfort, and also security during the debate," said Central Jakarta Metro Police Chief Commissioner Susatyo Purnomo Condro while giving directions to security personnel in front of the Indonesian KPU Building, Central Jakarta, Tuesday.
 
You can see that traffic cones and traffic diversion boards have been installed at the intersection of Jalan Imam Bonjol since 15.30 WIB.
 
Apart from that, several security personnel have started to control a number of passing vehicles to ensure that traffic around the Indonesian KPU building runs smoothly.
 
Meanwhile, other personnel consisting of the TNI, Polri and personnel from the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government (Pemprov) are preparing to guard the front of the Indonesian KPU Building ahead of the 2024 Presidential Election debate tonight.
 
The police deployed 2,120 joint personnel to secure the first debate of the 2024 Presidential Candidates (Capres) at the General Election Commission (KPU) Office, Central Jakarta at 19.00 WIB.
 
"The number of joint personnel who will provide security for the first presidential candidate debate is 2,120 personnel. This joint security consists of the TNI, Polri and related agencies," said Central Jakarta Metro Police Chief Kombes Pol Susatyo Purnomo Condro when confirmed in Jakarta, Tuesday.
 
Susatyo said that his party carried out mapping for security and placement of members in ring one to activities in the outer ring of the KPU.
 
The KPU has also made rules for supporters of candidate pairs (paslon), including limiting the number of supporters, only invitees can enter and they are not allowed to bring campaign props except clothing attached to the body.
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