The Chinese minister said that he stood by the military council.
Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang arrived in Nay Pyi Taw on May 2 and met with the military leader of the coup, General Min Aung Hlaing.
The foreign minister's arrival came after Peng Xiubin, director of international relations of the Chinese Communist Party, recently visited Myanmar.
After the meeting, the Chinese Foreign Minister expressed that his visit not only showed the friendship between Myanmar and China, but also showed the Chinese government's support for the Military Council on the international front.
It is known that the Chinese Foreign Minister will visit Bagan-Nyang Oo on May 3. Before arriving in Nay Pyi Taw, Chinese Minister Chin Kang met with the United Nations Special Representative for Myanmar Ms. Noeleen Heyzer in Beijing on May 1 and discussed the resolution of Myanmar's issues, he said.
Chinese Minister Qin Gang said that it is impossible to solve the Myanmar issue in the fastest way because it is too complicated. China's state-owned CGTN news agency reported yesterday that China is more interested in Myanmar's stability than other countries because it is a neighboring country.
The Chinese Foreign Minister will leave Myanmar for India on May 4 to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Foreign Ministers' Meeting.