Further up the front, Genghis has tenaciously held Shaoshan. They’re also threatening Mandalgovi in the far north, but the Mongolian troops are clearly not getting the air support that’s being sent to the southern front. Even so, with two GDRs in range, Genghis might be able to take it.
The downside (for Genghis, not for me) is that Ulaanbaatar is in dire straits with DNA boys knocking on the door. Knowing my luck, He’ll take Ulaanbaatar, but then give up Narm in a peace deal, though.
Overall, Genghis has done a phenomenal job in the war even as Brazilian peacekeepers have gotten partly out of the way of Siberian reinforcements.