Phnom Penh (FN), May 3 – China was expected to play a role quickly to mediate conflicts, and stabilize the situation in Myanmar. But for those who are familiar with China's foreign policy, they knew it was difficult. That non-interference in other countries is its consistent principle and practice. This is one of the five basic principles for handling relations between nations that was put forward by the former Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai when he met with the Indian delegation in 1953. This principle was confirmed in the Sino-Indian and Sino-Myanmar Joint Statements in 1954.

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