Imphal, Sept 9: Indian Ambassador to Myanmar Mr. Vikram Misri has stated that the two neighbouring country may signed ‘Motor Vehicle Agreement’ next year to launch both passenger and cargo bus service between Imphal and Myanmar.
The Indian Ambassador said this to a team of Manipur delegate comprising of RK Shivachandra, Convenor, Operationalization on Act East Policy, MLA Suchindro (@ Yaima and Journalist Sivadutta. The Manipuri delegate called on the Indian Ambassador at his official residence at Merchant Street, Yangon late yesterday evening. The meeting lasted for around 1 hour.
“India and Myanmar will signed Motor Vehicle agreement next year”, Vikram Misri said to the Manipuri delegate.
Journalist Sivadutta Luwang, who was among the delegate, also apprised the Indian Ambassador to organised interation programme or academic discoursed between the journalists of Myanmar and India, particularly from Manipur to establish better ties. Mr. Misri expressed his interest of organising such programme and said that he will help everything if the Act East Policy committee constituted by the Government of Manipur initiated in organising such programme. He further added that Students from Yangon Journalism School are sending students every year at the north eastern states to acquire experiences.
The Manipur’s delegate also urged the Indian Ambassador to take up cultural and sports exchange programme between the two country.
William Gurumayum, Sub-Editor of Imphal Times is a resident of Sagolband Salam Leikai. He has been with Imphal Times since beginning. He also looks after the website and application of Imphal Times. An avid adventure lover, writes mostly travelogue.