Vice-Senior General Soe Win receives US Ambassador to Myanmar
Nay Pyi Taw February 20
Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win received US Ambassador to Myanmar H.E. Mr. Scot Marciel, at the Parlour of Bayintnaung Villa in Nay Pyi Taw this morning.
At the meeting, Vice-Senior General Soe Win and Mr. Scot Marciel exchanged views on civil-military cooperation and relations between the two countries, matters relating to aims and stance of the US on Indo-Pacific, the US welcome and support on the statement released by the Tatmadaw for ceasefire and eternal peace on 21 December in 2018, latest progress of peace talks with ethnic armed organizations, collaborative efforts of the government and the Tatmadaw to repatriate the displaced persons from IDP Camps in Kachin State to their native places, Tatmadaw’s cooperation in the undertakings of the independent investigation commission on Rakhine issues, safeguarding the life and property of the people by the Tatmadaw from destructive acts of ARSA and AA insurgents in Rakhine State, seizure of narcotic drugs in Rakhine State, and Myanmar’s efforts to follow the agreements since it signed the CWC in 2015.
Also present at the meeting together with Vice-Senior General Soe Win were Advocate-General Lt-Gen Aung Lin Dwe and senior military officers from the Office of Commander-in-Chief(Army). The US Ambassador was accompanied
by Military Attaché Col Craig Tippins and officials of the US embassy.