Myanmar : Show that China and Russia remain allies of the War Council Myanmar : Show that China and Russia remain allies of the War Council

Myanmar : Show that China and Russia remain allies of the War Council

Myanmar : Show that China and Russia remain allies of the War Council

Governor of Yunnan Province of China Mr. Wang Yubo and Chairman of the Military Council General Min Aung Hlaing 2024. During the meeting in Nay Pyi Taw on February 20th.

Ambassadors from Russia and China arrived in Nay Pyi Taw at a time when the military council was protesting against the activation of the militia law.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mr. Andre Rudan and China's Yunnan Province Governor Mr. On February 20th, Wang Yubo met with members of the Military Council government, including General Min Aung Hlaing.

Dr. Hla Kyaw Zao believes that this is the time when Russia and China are resisting the domination of developed countries, including the United States.

This is what gives the military council a breather amid diplomatic exclusions and sanctions.

"Russia and China are lobbying the countries they can get first hand. That's why this army is avoiding it. Russia is also mobilizing all these small countries to support it in the United Nations, etc., and the army is doing the same. That's why the Myanmar army is like breathing."

The February 20 statement of the Military Council stated that during the meeting between the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister and the Chairman of the Military Council, they mainly discussed cooperation in the nuclear technology sector and electricity generation sector in addition to diplomacy.

In addition, the Foreign Minister of the Military Council explained to the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister on February 21 about the efforts to stabilize the country.

Governor of Yunnan Province of China Mr. During the meeting between Wang Yubo and the Chairman of the Military Council, to improve the political trust between China and Myanmar. to increase economic relations; The military council announced that they discussed issues related to the stability of the border region and China's contribution to the peace process.

At present, politics Dr. Aung Myo, a political analyst who is a former military officer, believes that the Military Council needs China and Russia for business and technology.

"Since 1988, we have to bring China and Russia together to regulate the United States, which has shown us a pattern of unwillingness and unwillingness. If Russia is technologically, politically, and China is economically, politically, technologically. That's why we have close contacts."

Dr. Aung Myo said that Russia is a true ally for the Burmese Military Council, but China is only looking at its own interests, so it needs to be cautious.

"In order to regulate the United States, China and Russia must be brought together. Russia is technologically, politically, and China is economically, politically, and technologically. "

David Scott Mathieson, an expert on Burma affairs, considers that, except for increasing arms sales, Russia, which has few strategic interests in Southeast Asia, is the main customer for the purchase of weapons from Myanmar, and as long as the military pays, it is a working relationship that will continue to sell to the Myanmar military.

China continues to support the military council, but after the coup d'état its support has decreased and it has become disillusioned with the Myanmar military and military leadership, David Scott Mathieson opined. China has not defected and supported revolutionary organizations, but said it is still open to options.

National Unity Government (NUG) Prime Minister's Office Spokesman U Ne Boorn Lat said that now Russia and China need to properly assess the situation in Myanmar.

"In the current situation, the Dassist group is no longer in a position to dominate and control the entire country. All ethnic revolutionary forces, including the NUG, have already issued political agreements that they will root out the military and establish a democratic federal union. These statements are also statements that are one with the people."

David Scott Mathieson also said that losing support from Russia could harm the Burmese military in the long run. Similarly, if China's support is completely lost, it could seriously affect the military council. Although unlikely at the moment, if China were to support the anti-dictatorship resistance, it would be a defining moment, David Scott Mathieson opined.

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  1. The meeting between Governor Wang Yubo and General Min Aung Hlaing signifies strategic alliances amidst global tensions. Their discussions hold implications for regional stability and diplomatic maneuvers.

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