Myanmar’s powerful military says it will not accept any changes to a nationwide cease-fire agreement it signed in October 2015 with eight ethnic armed groups to appease remaining militias that have not signed the accord at a meeting in Naypyidaw, April 24, 2017.

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Vice-Senior General Soe Win rules out any changes to the nationwide cease-fire agreement to accommodate ethnic militias that haven’t signed it.

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