In Karen State, the three-story turn on Myawati Walley Road, where the army has been in line for almost two months, has not been able to advance, so changes have been made at the provincial level. These days, six battalions, in addition to airstrikes, the KNU side retreated due to the use of rockets that could be fired in pairs. No matter how many soldiers the army loses, the reality on the ground is that the revolutionary forces are vastly outnumbered. The battle to take over the Ukrit camp and the three-story battle are proof.
In Rakhine State, as predicted, the fighting has spread to Myauk U town in the central part of the state and Taunggok town in the south. In the north, military council camps are being attacked every day, and the army has missed many of the camps on the border due to cuts in weapons and supplies. The death toll of military council members in Rakhine this month has reached the number of a battalion.
The military council is on the offensive in Karen, but in Rakhine they are preparing to defend.