Chennai – The 38th India-Burma bi-annual liaison meeting is currently being held in Leimakhong in Manipur, with Major General S S Pawar, Chief of Staff 3 corps leading the Indian delegation and Brig Gen Tin Maung Ohnn heading the Burmese delegation.
A 15-member Burmese delegation, including Brig Gen La Aye and other army officials arrived in India on Monday, India’s Press Information Bureau (Defence Wing) said in a statement today.
The statement said matters relating to security of the border areas, particularly measures required to control insurgency in both countries were discussed in the meeting.
The movements of the insurgent groups also came up during the meeting and the delegates mulled over a plan of action to prevent them from indulging in illegal activities.
The insurgent groups on both sides of the border take undue advantage of the terrain to carry out undesirable activities, the statement said.
The meeting also discussed solutions to issues of concern to both the armies, based on the principle of mutual trust and respect.
It also emphasized the need for continuous synergy to meet other challenges that come in the way of cordial relationship between the two countries.
The Burmese delegation will be visiting the Eastern Command headquarters, in Kolkata and Bodh Gaya from November 11 to 13. The delegation is scheduled to return to Burma on November 14.
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