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January 3, 2009 at 3:04 am

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Condolence for Revered Journalist U Thaung (Burmese) ေၾကးမံုဦးေသာင္း ကြယ္လြန္ျခင္းအတြက္ ဝမ္းနည္းသဝဏ္လႊာ

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April 5, 2008 at 11:06 am

ဦးေရႊအံုး ထုတ္ျပန္ေၾကျငာခ်က္ (၁၆-၁၁-၂၀၀၇)

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Source – Shan Gyi and Burma Digest

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

November 26, 2007 at 8:25 am

Statements and Press Release from UNIC Yangon

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Statement by Mr. Gambari on behalf of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

8 November 2007

Singapore, 8 November 2007 – As you know, I have just completed a mission to Myanmar from 3 to 8 November, where I met today with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. In my capacity as Special Adviser to the Secretary-General for Myanmar, I was authorized by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to make the following statement on her behalf:

• I wish to thank all those who have stood by my side all this time, both inside and outside my country. I am also grateful to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, for his unwavering support for the cause of national reconciliation, democracy and human rights in my country.


Statement by Mr. Gambari on behalf of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi – 8 November 2007

As you know, I have just completed a mission to Myanmar from 3 to 8 November, where I met today with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. In my capacity as Special Adviser to the Secretary-General for Myanmar, I was authorized by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to make the following statement on her behalf:

• I wish to thank all those who have stood by my side all this time, both inside and outside my country. I am also grateful to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, for his unwavering support for the cause of national reconciliation, democracy and human rights in my country.

• I welcome the appointment on 8 October of Minister Aung Kyi as Minister for Relations. Our first meeting on 25 October was constructive and I look forward to further regular discussions. I expect that this phase of preliminary consultations will conclude soon so that a meaningful and timebound dialogue with the SPDC leadership can start as early as possible.

• In the interest of the nation, I stand ready to cooperate with the Government in order to make this process of dialogue a success and welcome the necessary good offices role of the United Nations to help facilitate our efforts in this regard.

• In full awareness of the essential role of political parties in democratic societies, in deep appreciation of the sacrifices of the members of my party and in my position as General Secretary, I will be guided by the policies and wishes of the National League for Democracy. However, in this time of vital need for democratic solidarity and national unity, it is my duty to give constant and serious considerations to the interests and opinions of as broad a range of political organizations and forces as possible, in particular those of our ethnic nationality races.

• To that end, I am committed to pursue the path of dialogue constructively and invite the Government and all relevant parties to join me in this spirit.

• I believe that stability, prosperity and democracy for my country, living at peace with itself and with full respect for human rights, offers the best prospect for my country to fully contribute to the development and stability of the region in close partnership with its neighbours and fellow ASEAN members, and to play a positive role as a respected member of the international community.

I am now scheduled to return to New York to brief the Secretary-General on all the aspects of my mission. I will therefore not be able to take any questions at this time.

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Statement at the conclusion of Mr. Gambari’s mission to Myanmar 3 – 8 November 2007

As a result of the good offices role of the UN Secretary-General and engagement with the Government, the opposition and other relevant parties, we are not where we were a few weeks ago. 

We now have a process going which would lead to substantive dialogue between the Government and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi as a key instrument in promoting national reconciliation in an all-inclusive manner. The sooner such a dialogue can start, the better for
Myanmar


Statement at the conclusion of Mr. Gambari’s mission to Myanmar

 

Yangon, 8 November 2007 – As a result of the good offices role of the UN Secretary-General and engagement with the Government, the opposition and other relevant parties, we are not where we were a few weeks ago.  We now have a process going which would lead to substantive dialogue between the Government and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi as a key instrument in promoting national reconciliation in an all-inclusive manner. The sooner such a dialogue can start, the better for
Myanmar .  With the full support and confidence of the Government of Myanmar and the international community, the United Nations will continue its engagement with all relevant interlocutors inside and outside Myanmar to achieve the goals which we all share: peace, prosperity, democracy and full respect for human rights in Myanmar.

In this regard, Mr Gambari has been invited by the Government to return to Myanmar and expects to do so in the next few weeks.

In addition, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has authorized Mr Gambari to make a statement on her behalf upon the close of his mission.  ENDS.

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Press Release

Wednesday, 07 November 2007

The Secretary-General’s Special Advisor on Myanmar, Mr Ibrahim Gambari, met today with Myanmar’s new Prime Minister General Thein Sein, to whom he delivered a letter from the Secretary-General addressed to Senior General Than Shwe. He and the Prime Minister had open and detailed discussions on ways to further improve Myanmar’s cooperation with the United Nations to address the country’s political, human rights, humanitarian and socioeconomic challenges in the wake of the recent crisis.


Press Release

Yangon, 7 November 2007 -The Secretary-General’s Special Advisor on Myanmar, Mr Ibrahim Gambari, met today with Myanmar’s new Prime Minister General Thein Sein, to whom he delivered a letter from the Secretary-General addressed to Senior General Than Shwe. He and the Prime Minister had open and detailed discussions on ways to further improve Myanmar’s cooperation with the United Nations to address the country’s political, human rights, humanitarian and socioeconomic challenges in the wake of the recent crisis. While taking note of the views of the Myanmar Government, Mr Gambari stressed that a return to the status quo before the crisis would not be sustainable, and suggested specific steps for Myanmar to meet international expectations in this regard. These include the need for dialogue with the opposition without delay as part of an inclusive national reconciliation process, as well as necessary confidence-building measures in the humanitarian and socioeconomic areas, including the establishment of a broad-based poverty alleviation commission. The Prime Minister reiterated his Government’s full support for and confidence in Mr Gambari’s efforts on behalf of the Secretary-General, and invited him to return to Myanmar in continuation of the good offices process. Mr Gambari also met with the new Secretary-1 of the State Peace and Development Council, Lt-General Thiha Thura Tin Aung Myint Oo.

Later in the day, Mr Gambari met the diplomatic corps in Myanmar to provide an update on his visit so far. Mr Gambari stressed the ongoing nature of the good offices process, aimed at producing qualitative results in cooperation with the Government and people of Myanmar. He welcomed the expressions of continued support from the international community for the Secretary-General’s good offices efforts and the work of the United Nations Country Team in Myanmar.

Tomorrow, Mr Gambari is scheduled to meet with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi for the fifth time since his first visit to Myanmar, members of the Central Executive Committee of her National League for Democracy party, officials of the National Unity Party, and other relevant interlocutors, as well as the United Nations Country Team in Yangon.

Mr Gambari is scheduled to return to United Nations headquarters by Monday 12 November. ENDS

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http://yangon.unic.org/index.php?option

ေဒၚေအာင္ဆန္းစုၾကည္ – သတင္းထုတ္ျပန္ခ်က္ Text of Aung San Suu Kyi’s Statement

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Text of Aung San Suu Kyi’s Statement
By The Associated Press –

Following is the text of the statement by Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, released Thursday by U.N. envoy Ibrahim Gambari.__

“I wish to thank all those who have stood by my side all this time, both inside and outside my country. I am also grateful to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, for his unwavering support for the cause of national reconciliation, democracy and human rights in my country.

“I welcome the appointment on 8 October of Minister Aung Kyi as minister for relations. Our first meeting on 25 October was constructive and I look forward to further regular discussions. I expect that this phase of preliminary consultations will conclude soon so that a meaningful and timebound dialogue with the SPDC leadership can start as early as possible.

“In the interest of the nation, I stand ready to cooperate with the government in order to make this process of dialogue a success and welcome the necessary good offices role of the United Nations to help facilitate our efforts in this regard.

“In full awareness of the essential role of political parties in democratic societies, in deep appreciation of the sacrifices of the members of my party and in my position as General Secretary, I will be guided by the policies and wishes of the National League for Democracy. However, in this time of vital need for democratic solidarity and national unity, it is my duty to give constant and serious considerations to the interests and opinions of as broad a range of political organizations and forces as possible, in particular those of our ethnic nationality races.

“To that end, I am committed to pursue the path of dialogue constructively and invite the government and all relevant parties to join me in this spirit.

“I believe that stability, prosperity and democracy for my country, living at peace with itself and with full respect for human rights, offers the best prospect for my country to fully contribute to the development and stability of the region in close partnership with its neighbors and fellow ASEAN members, and to play a positive role as a respected member of the international community.”

http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5gyhLpt3U4pZY688FfNh8cTpuNBdgD8SPNP3G3

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

November 9, 2007 at 6:16 am