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SUU KYI-IN INDIA PRESIDENT SHRI RAM NATH KOVIND A TLAWH – PIB

Vawiin January ni 27 hian State Counsellor of Myanmar Daw Aung San Suu Kyi chuan President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind chu a chenna Rashtrapati Bhavan-ah a tlawh.

An inbiaknaah hian President Shri Ram Nath Kovind chuan Aung San Suu Kyi a rawn  te ve theih avangin Republic Day leh ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit a a tiphuisui hle a, a chungah lawmthu a hrilh nghal a, Suu Kyii leh a chhung te leh India ram hi inkungkaihna nghet tak an lo nei tawh a, Rashtrapati Bhavan leh a hungchhunga pangpar huan Mughal Garden nen pawh inlaichinna  duhawm tak leh ţha tak in lo nei tawh tih lo hrilhin Mughal Garden-a rose par eng emaw zat tel khawm a lo pe bawk a ni.

India President chuan Aung San Suu Kyi hnenah, India chuan Myanmar a ngaih pawmawhzia  ‘Neighbourhood First’ leh ‘Act East’ policies atangin a lang a tih a hrilh a, Myanmar sorkarin remna leh muanna a zawnna kawngah te, ram chhunga hel pawlte nen inremlehna kawng a zawnnaah te, sum leh pai lam leh khawtlang inrelbawlna tha a neih theihna tura a beihna kawngah India chuan Myanmar hi a thlawpin a ţanpui zel tur thu a hrilh bawk a ni.  

India President chuan India leh Myanmar inzawmna nghet tak awm sa hi insumdawnna ţha zawkin a thual leh phei  nasa takin kan inunauna a nghet leh zual ang a, India leh Myanmar inkara US $ 2 billion man insumdawntawnna hi a la tawk lo va, power, renewable energy, hydrocarbons leh vantlang hriselna lamah thawhhona tur kawng zau tak hawnin a awm mek a ni, a ti bawk a ni.  

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State Counsellor of Myanmar Calls On President Kovind

 

Posted On: 27 JAN 2018 4:58PM by PIB Delhi

Her Excellency Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the State Counsellor of Myanmar, called on President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, at Rashtrapati Bhavan today (January 27, 2018).

During the conversation, the President said that we are honoured by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s presence at our Republic Day and the ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit. The President stated that India had a longstanding relationship with her and her family.  And Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Mughal Gardens also have a special connection with her. The President presented her bush roses from the Long Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan. 

The President said that Myanmar occupies the highest priority for India under its ‘Neighbourhood First’ and ‘Act East’ policies.  He assured India’s continued support to the Government of Myanmar in its peace process, and efforts towards national reconciliation and economic and social development. 

The President said the India-Myanmar relationship will get a boost if we ensure that our strong political and cultural bonds are supported by commerce. Bilateral trade of just over US $ 2 billion is not reflective of our close ties.  There is immense scope for cooperation in sectors such as power, renewable energy, hydrocarbons and health.

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