Three ethnic armies from Three Brotherhood Alliance (TBA) in northern Burma requested United Wa State Army (UWSA) from Burma’s self-administered Wa region to take a leading role for the interest of ethnic people of northern Burma during the political turmoil in the country.
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiatives (BRI) is up against a huge challenge in what Beijing had started considering as its backyard in Burma. Pro-democracy protesters, who see China as the main backer of the military junta that seized power on Feb 1st have started attacking Chinese business interests as never before.
There has been a series of statements from different organizations including CRPH, Ethnic Armed Organization (EAOs), NGOs, Human Rights Groups and UN bodies. But there is hardly any impact over the strategies framed by China and Russia to counter or kill the spirit of movement against the Burmese military regime.
A female journalist from Myitkyina News Journal (MNJ) based in the Kachin State capital was arrested yesterday by the security forces loyal to the ruling military-regime State Administration Council (SAC).
At least three civilians died and a couple injured yesterday from three different villages in Momauk Township in southern Kachin State, during the fierce fighting between the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) and Burmese soldiers loyal to the coup-regime State Administration Council (SAC).
Introspect of China-Burma trade or investments during the last decade, it gives a fair idea what we have gained or lost in business or otherwise. Burma has lost more in comparison to the gains made at the other end. The losses are not much felt as gains were over projected by China Burma Friendship groups (Phauk Phaw) due to vested interest.
The employees of the Yuzana Company’s Tapioca Factory in Hukawng Valley in northern Burma have been packing up and relocating the company’s equipment, after the factory was seriously destroyed by the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) soldiers earlier this month.
More than a dozen of security forces loyal to the Burma’s military-coup regime State Administration Council (SAC) were killed yesterday in the India-Burma border town of Tamu situated northwest of the country.