About India and Myanmar Meet
On the 5th of October two countries, India and Myanmar meet completed. Both India and Myanmar have agreed to work towards opening the Sittwe port in Myanmar’s Rakhine state in the first quarter of next year. The announcement was made in a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs after the visit of Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwane and Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringala to Myanmar.
General Manoj Narwane and Harshvardhan Shringala were on a tour of Myanmar between October four and five. During the visit, he held talks with other key officials, including Myanmar’s Chief of Staff Aung San Suu Kyi and Defense Forces Chief of Staff General Min Aung Hwang. The two countries also agreed to enhance cooperation in the areas of transport, capacity building, power, and energy. The two countries also agreed to enhance cultural, defense, trade, and economic ties.
Discuss important topics in the Cultural field, there was also talk of translating Indian epics into Burmese. On the occasion of Lokmanya Tilak’s centenary, there was an exchange of views on erecting an image of him at Mandalay. It was here that Lokmanya Tilak wrote the Gitarahasya, a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita.