Relationships reinforced with India’s Natural Bridge to East Asia: President On Myanmar Visit
Source :NewsBharati   Date :11-Dec-2018


 





Naypyitaw, Dec 11:
Relationships reinforced with India’s Natural Bridge to East Asia! #PresidentKovind held wide-ranging discussions with his counterpart. Mr. U. Win Myint in #Myanmar.




Myanmar officially welcomes President of India! #PresidentKovind receives military honors at Presidential Palace in Nay Pyi Taw #Myanmar.

 


 

Know Thy Neighbour! To continue India’s high-level engagements with #Myanmar under the rubric of 'Act East Policy' and 'Neighbourhood First Policy' #PresidentKovind and First Lady emplane on a State Visit to Myanmar.
 

#PresidentKovind and President of Myanmar Mr. U Win Myint witnessed signing of two MoU/Programme of Cooperation between two countries in the area of judicial training and science &technology cooperation. India also handed over 50 housing units to #Myanmar





Committed to Shared Prosperity! #Presidentkovind met Myanmar’s State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and appreciated her role in the modern history of Myanmar and assured India’s commitment to common prosperity and better connectivity!



 


 

"Myanmar is, of course, a close neighbor. It is also by virtue of being an ASEAN country the only one to which we are linked by land and sea. Therefore, it serves us as a link to South East Asia and for these reasons it is a country to which India attaches importance from the strategic, economic and cultural perspective, given our cultural linkages and diaspora present in Myanmar." Said Foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale last week, while addressing Press conference. He was talking about the significance of Presidents visit to Myanmar.