YANGON, Sept.12 (Xinhua) -- The recent 21st Century Panglong Peace Conference was a historical one, said the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC) on Monday, one of Myanmar's non-signatories to the Nationwide Ceasefire Accord (NCA).
The UNFC hailed in its announcement the efforts of the president and the state counselor for successfully holding the event.
However, the UNFC pointed out that the peace process should continue further, pledging to work for the nationwide ceasefire and domestic peace for the emergence of genuine democratic federal union.
The UNFC also urged the military to find solutions through political dialogues and suspend the military actions in conflict areas.
The UNFC's central executive committee held a two-day emergence meeting in the weekend to review the current development of the peace process and political situation.
After the peace conference which ended on Sept. 3 , some minor clashes between the military and some ethnic armed groups still took place in Kachin state and Kayin state as locally reported.