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Burmese Junta, KNU To Begin Second Round Of Peace Talks - 2004-02-22


Burmese military junta and Karen National Union (KNU) rebels will begin a second round of peace talks on Monday aimed at cementing an agreement to end five decades of fighting, Karen officials said.

An 11-member KNU delegation left their base on the Thai-Burma border Sunday for the talks to be held in Moulmein, its Central Executive Committee member Saw David Taka Paw told VOA.

He said the new round of negotiations scheduled to last about a week would focus on the relocation of armed forces and could also broach the issue of some 200,000 internally displaced civilians in Karen state.

The KNU is the largest of the handful of rebel groups still resisting Rangoon's rule.

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