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India-Myanmar Boundary Issue

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India and Myanmar impart close and cordial relations, which are further fortified by abnormal state trades between the two nations. Authority chats with Myanmar over the previous months incorporate gathering of the Prime Minister with Myanmar President Thein Sein on the edges of the BIMSTEC Summit in March 2014 at Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar; the Regional Border Committee (RBC) meeting held in January 2014 at Kalay, Myanmar; and Foreign Office Consultations (FOC) in July 2013 at Nay Pyi Taw.

Border management is a vital part of India-Myanmar engagement. The requirement for improved participation between the two sides for securing peace, security and dependability in the outskirt zones has been underlined at the most abnormal amounts by both the nations. In this respect, India and Myanmar marked a Memorandum of Understanding on Border Cooperation on May 8, 2014, which plans to improve collaboration between the two security organizations in guaranteeing peace, strength and security along the long worldwide area and sea outskirt between the two nations.

This Information was given by the Minister of state in the Ministry of External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs Gen. Retd. Dr. V. K. Singh in Lok Sabha today.

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