The military regime in Naypyidaw is highly unlikely to take up the “status quo” of credentials, currently held by Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun, at the upcoming UNGA.
Analysts view General Vitch’s appointment as a move by Prawit to strengthen his position in the ruling party after powerful factions tilted towards the PM.
Things would have been so different had the two protagonists, the U.S. and China, stuck to their courses. But it has not been the way it’s supposed to be.
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