Tun Myat Naing, commander-in-chief of the Arakan Army, attends a meeting of leaders of Myanmar's ethnic armed groups at the United Wa State Army headquarters in Pansang in Myanmar's northern Shan State

Tun Myat Naing, commander-in-chief of the Arakan Army, attends a meeting of leaders of Myanmar’s ethnic armed groups at the United Wa State Army headquarters in Pansang in Myanmar’s northern Shan State

Tun Myat Naing, commander-in-chief of the Arakan Army (AA), attends a meeting of leaders of Myanmar's ethnic armed groups at the United Wa State Army (UWSA) headquarters in Pansang in Myanmar's northern Shan State, May 6, 2015. Rebel leaders in Myanmar on Wednesday urged the government to amend the military-drafted constitution to give more autonomy to ethnic minorities, a step they said would make it easier to sign a national ceasefire agreement. REUTERS/Stringer - RTX1BTVZ

June 11, 2017 1:24 PM (UTC+8)