The Chinese Foreign Minister arrived in Burma and met with the military leader Min Aung Hlaing. He is the first top Chinese figure to meet the military leader since the coup. Recently, China has openly supported the military council.
A special feature of the Chinese Foreign Minister’s trip this time was that he went to meet former dictator U Than Shwe. It is considered that China wants to get the help of former dictator U Than Shwe after Min Aung Hlaing is no longer able to talk. Some believe that if the retired U Than Shwe returns, there may be changes at the top of the military council. But no matter how it changes, I don’t think it will be a big deal for the people. All they want is the same idea. What does China want? We have to watch carefully to see what the military council will do next.