In a meeting led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Cabinet gave approval on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Myanmar for upgrading Women’s Police Training Center at Yamethin, Myanmar.
The MoU covers upgradation of the Yamethin Women’s Police Training Center to additionally enlarge the abilities of the Myanmar Government to build capacities of its police constrain with specialized and money related help from Government of India. The MoU was marked on sixth September this year.
A long border of more than 1600 Km is shared by Myanmar and India and also a sea border in the Bay of Bengal. The two nations share a legacy of religious, etymological and ethnic ties. Myanmar has a considerable populace of Indian origin.
Further, Myanmar is our portal to South East Asia and ASEAN with which we are looking for better economic integration through India’s ‘Look East’ and ‘Act East’ Policy. Myanmar additionally offers India an alternative route toward the Northeast.
Aside from supply of pulses, possibilities of energy supply from seaward squares in Myanmar and business openings that rising up out of an opening economy support bilateral relations.