Phnom Penh (FN), Jan. 8 – Cambodian foreign minister Prak Sokhonn, also ASEAN chair's special envoy to Myanmar said that those who opposed the ceasefire and humanitarian relief are those who favor wars and hate peace.

Cambodian foreign minister Prak Sokhonn spoke at the press conference at Phnom Penh International Airport on Saturday.

"I think what we have achieved from the negotiations with Myanmar’s leaders is a positive outcome and a step forward for the implementation of the five-point consensus. Those people who oppose the ceasefire and humanitarian aids are the people who favor war and do not want to bring Myanmar back to normalcy,” Prak Sokhonn added.

Cambodian foreign minister said the positive outcomes of the premier Hun Sen’s visit have paved way for Myanmar to seek peace and tranquility in her country.

Sokhon added that neither ASEAN chair nor the special envoy would act on behalf of the people of Myanmar in the pursuit of peace and national reconciliation, but only to coordinate with all parties.

The five-point consensue include:

1. Immediate cessation od violence in Myanmar and all parties to exercise utmost restraint.

2. Constructive dialogue among all parties concerned shall commence to seek a peaceful solution in the interests of the people

3. The special envoy of ASEAN chair to facilitate mediation of the dialogue process, with the assistance of the ASEAN Secretary-General

4. ASEAN to provide humanitarian assistance through the AHA centre

5. Special envoy and delegation to visit Myanmar to meet all parties concerned.