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Trust must precede peace in Myanmar, says Aung San Suu Kyi

According to the reporters, on Friday, Aung San Suu Kyi said that the two conflicting groups must have trust on each other before there can be full peace.

Aung San Suu Kyi is the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and is officially called as Myanmar`s state counselor. She was speaking to an invited audience of Thai students on Friday, her second day of tree visit day to Thailand.

Myanmar is still in difficulty with battle in its remoter areas among the ethnic armed group combating the army for greater autonomy.

She added that her government is still working to bring the parties together for all inclusive peace talks towards a permanent settlement, but decades of warfare and distrust make that complicated. For the talks of plan, no date has yet been decided.

On the other hand, a mosque had been destructed by a group of men in central Myanmar in the first outburst of inter-religious violence in month, coinciding with a rise in tensions over how to refer to the Rohingya, the country`s persecuted Muslim minority.

As reported, the villagers of Thayethamin, destroyed the mosque on Thursday after the dispute took over its construction, and it beat up at least one Muslim man, as said by the media and a police spokesman.

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