China provides more military trucks to Burma

by Myo Gyi
Wednesday, 14 January 2009 16:04

Ruili, China (Mizzima) – Five military trucks, believed to be capable of carrying up to 100 tons in weight, were driven to the Burmese side of the border from China through the Sino-Burmese border gate, eyewitnesses said.

The trucks, which were driven through the Jiegao-Mahnwingyi border gate, were seen being guided by several Burmese military officers.

“The trucks had a label reading ‘Sino Truk’. They were driven from the Mahnwingyi gate to the Burmese side at about 9:30 a.m. (Burmese Time). There were some Burmese military officers in the trucks,” an eyewitness told Mizzima.

The eyewitness said the trucks were empty but there were people in civilian dresses, who are believed to be Burmese army men. continue

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