MNDAA reopens two Myanmar-China border trading points

Questions remain about how trade will be handled under an agreement between the junta and the Brotherhood Alliance

The Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA), a member of the Brotherhood Alliance, reopened two trading points on the Myanmar-China border on Monday, two months after reaching a ceasefire deal with Myanmar’s military.

Li Kyar Win, the group’s spokesperson, confirmed earlier this week that the border crossings at Chin Shwe Haw and Kyu Koke (Pang Hseng)—captured late last year during the alliance’s Operation 1027 anti-regime offensive—are once again open for business.

The move comes exactly two months after Chinese-brokered talks brought fighting in northern Shan State to a halt on January 11 after months of devastating losses. . .

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