- Apr 14 Sat 2012 20:20
中國當局驚告緬甸當局勿在其邊境發動戰爭 Burma's Than Shwe VS China's Hu Jintao. China Warns Commander to Avoid Instability in Shan State By LAWI WENG Friday, August 14, 2009 Chinese officials have warned the junta’s 土地買賣 northeastern military commander not to create instability in Shan State bordering with China, according to sources on the Sino-Burmese border. Two Chinese officials from 信用卡代償 Yunnan Province met with northeastern commander Aung Than Htut in Loigai Township on August 10. Aung Kyaw Zaw, a Burmese analyst based on the border, said the Chinese officials told t 關鍵字行銷he commander they were worried about a migration of refugees from Shan State into China, if armed clashes between junta troops and ethnic armed groups break out. About 10,000 people, including Kok 借貸ang and Chinese migrants, reportedly entered China earlier this month after tension increased between government troops and the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA), a Kokang ceasefire group. The two Chin 烤肉食材ese officials expressed their views forcefully, according to the source. Tension have increased following an attempted raid by 70 government troops on the home of the MNDAA chairman, in search of illegal drugs. About 300 Kokang troop 買屋s blocked the government troops on their way to the residence, sources said. Chinese officials reportedly told Vice Snr-Gen Maung Aye of the Burmese army, to handle border area conflicts among the ethnic armed ceasefire groups peacefully during his 借貸visit to China in June, according to sources. The government is trying to force ethnic armed groups, the Wa, Kokang and Monglar, in Shan State to transform their forces into a border guard force under the military government. The three groups have refused the off 永慶房屋er, increasing tensions. The junta has deployed more troops in the area as a result. Some analysts say that the government appears to be preparing an offensive against the armed ethnic groups. Other sources say they believe government troops will not mount any immediate off 房地產ensives in Shan State because of China’s concern and the upcoming national election in 2010. The three ethnic armed ceasefire groups have formed an alliance to support each other if there are clashes with government troops, said sources in Shan State.http://www.irrawaddy.org/article.php?art_id=1656 西裝1 .