also told Radio Free Asia that her son is neither a thief nor a thug. She is very proud of her son, "If I can get back his ashes or body, I will build a grave for him. , write an epitaph." In addition to condemning the atrocities of the Burmese military government, the United States also shouted to Beijing. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said on July 25 that no other country has as much influence over Myanmar as China.
He called on China to put pressure on Myanmar's military phone database government to help Myanmar return to its path to democracy And suggested that countries stop selling arms to Myanmar. But Beijing's appeal to the United States has been negative. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference the next day that China "has always adhered to the principle of non-interference in internal affairs, and has always advocated that all parties and factions in Myanmar should proceed from the long-term interests of the country and the nation,
properly handle relevant differences and contradictions within the framework of the constitution and laws. ” China fears 'green light' for Myanmar army to crack down on pro-democracy atrocities Regarding the latest political situation in Myanmar, the United States Institute for Peace Research (USIP), a US federal research institution, issued a document on July 28, pointing out that China has deep geostrategic interests in Myanmar, and compared with other countries, it has a greater impact on resolving political conflicts in Myanmar. Influence.