The regime is pushing to reopen schools after they were closed when the deadly third wave of coronavirus swept the country in July.
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Coronavirus cases are surging in Kayah State, where over half the population has been displaced by fighting between junta forces and Karenni resistance groups.
China has conveyed concerns to the military junta that civilian resistance forces seek to target the 800-km-long twin pipelines due to Beijing’s support for the regime.
The military regime has previously said that all ethnic armed organizations will receive jabs.
Chinese companies ink agreement to launch preliminary field investigation work for the Rakhine State project, which is part of China’s BRI infrastructure scheme.
Beijing has long played a complex diplomatic game in its southern neighbor, hedging its bets by courting all stakeholders; the UN representation issue is no different.
The NLD and the military proxy Union Solidarity and Development Party will attend the online forum being organized by the Communist Party of China.
The transportation of 60 containers by road and rail along a new trade corridor from Yangon to Chengdu followed a visit to Naypyitaw by a high-level Chinese envoy.
The regime’s Health Ministry said efforts to study the source of the pandemic ‘should not blame or put political pressure on other countries’.
Days after the junta reportedly rejected Sun Guoxiang’s request to meet Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Beijing said it would work to resume Myanmar’s ‘democratic transformation’.
Special Envoy for Asian Affairs Sun Guoxiang visited from Aug. 21 to 28, the Chinese government said Tuesday. Myanmar’s junta has been mum on the trip.
The people of Myanmar sympathize with their counterparts in Afghanistan, another strategically vital neighbor of China whose descent into dictatorship Beijing welcomes.
The line stretches from Sichuan Province to Lincang on the border with Shan State; goods will be trucked between the border and Yangon Port.
The People’s Defense Forces say troops are retreating after raiding villages in Sagaing and Magwe regions because of coronavirus and hunger.
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