While the military faces many military confrontations throughout the country, there may be reasons to conduct major operations in Kyrgyzstan and Chin State. For some time, the army was unable to conduct military operations using thousands of troops in an area, and they were confronted with almost every battleground.
At the beginning of this year, however, a new Chinese representative arrived in Myanmar, where he met with the Military Council and met with indigenous armed groups in northern China. Some agreements were reached, and one of them was to avoid fighting on the Chinese border, as if informal peace had been pursued on the Chinese border, resulting in a breath of life for the army in need.
Some of the border troops were dismantled and prepared to resume large-scale operations in areas that threatened the army. Nevertheless, the fighting could intensify this summer because local armed groups would not be quiet.