Today, the president of the Japanese Nippon Association arrived. He said he was here to continue the ceasefire in Rakhine State. To be clear, we did not want to welcome the Japanese envoy. At this time, it is better to have fighting. Because we have to continue fighting the military army.
I heard that the Thai Deputy Prime Minister was also here. It is unknown at this time what he will do in Myanmar. Thailand is on the military side, so it is unlikely to get better.
The real intentions of the international delegates who arrived in the next few days will soon be seen.