But Britain was against such an operation. In London, it was aware of a critical attitude to the Chiang Kai-shek of the British colonial policy in Asia, including in India. Well known in London and territorial claims of the Chinese government in respect of the northern regions of Burma. Therefore, English manual cautiously perceived increase in perspective with the support of the United States of China's role in the region. In an effort to remove from the agenda the question of Burma, Churchill strongly emphasized that military cooperation with China will be a heavy burden for the Allies because of the low combat capability of the armies of Chiang Kai-shek. The Anglo-American differences on the matter went so far that the US threatened to withdraw British troops from a part of the European theater, if the operation for the liberation of Burma will not be implemented. Then the British delegation conceded. But by agreeing in principle with the plan of operation, the United Kingdom sought in every way to delay its implementation.