China is worried that its future foreign military actions will also be subject to Western economic sanctions. Therefore, building the China-Myanmar oil and gas pipeline will become one of the alternatives to obtain overseas energy in the future. Scholar: Beijing's "strategic silence", Myanmar's political instability may affect Chinese capital Arkar Hein, a Myanmar scholar based in Bangkok,
said that the economic and trade exchanges between phone database China and Myanmar are close, and the political instability in Myanmar may affect Chinese investment in Myanmar, which is not in the interests of Beijing. legitimate government. "The current situation in Myanmar is definitely not what Beijing wants, and some unstable factors directly threaten China's interests, especially the strategic deep-sea port (Kyaukphyu Port) project in Rakhine State in northwestern Myanmar,"
Hein told VOA. , and the (China-Myanmar) oil and gas pipelines that go straight to Yunnan province. I think China has to do more than keep strategic silence. China's construction in Myanmar is not in the cities, they go through the countryside, but also in the military and (in part) A place of ethnic conflict. China must support a government supported by the people, or these projects will end because of misunderstandings between the Burmese people and the Chinese government.”