Rakhine State Peace and Stability Supporting Committee holds first meeting
Naypyitaw April 8
Rakhine State Peace and Stability Supporting Committee held first meeting in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday. During the meeting, U Aye Tha Aung, Chairman of the Committee and Deputy Speaker of the Amyotha Hluttaw, said that the committee will hold talks with local authorities and work for reducing conflicts in Rakhine State. And the committee will report short-term and long term plans to the Union Government after meeting with local authorities and collecting basic facts in the state.
Afterwards, the committee members discussed the short-term and long-term projects for bringing peace and stability to Rakhine State.
Rakhine State Peace & Stability Supporting Committee hears voices of Rakhine communities to solve conflicts
Yangon April 9
Rakhine State Peace and Stability Supporting Committee held a meeting with Rakhine associations in Yangon Region yesterday to seek ideas for ceasing conflicts in the state.
At the meeting, U Aye Tha Aung said that the committee would record the discussion in the meeting with Rakhine communities and would meet responsible personnel who can give suggestion for ceasing existing conflicts in Rakhine State.
He also disclosed that the committee would provide aid mainly to the IDPs in Mrauk U and Kyauktaw in their coming visit and the committee has also planned to meet experts during the visit to seek ways for helping the IDPs return their homes before the rainy season so that they can resume their cultivation.