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Myanmar signs ceasefire with eight armed groups
by Antoni Slodkowski
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15 October 2015
On 15 October 2015 Reuters reported:
Myanmar's government and eight armed ethnic groups signed a ceasefire agreement on 15 October, the culmination of more than two years of negotiations aimed at bringing an end to the majority of the country's long-running conflicts. 'The nationwide ceasefire agreement (NCA) is a historic gift from us to our generations of the future,' President Thein Sein said at a signing ceremony attended by hundreds of diplomats, officials, and rebel group representatives in the country's capital.
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