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Myanmar delegation in Imphal

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IMPHAL, Jan 11 � A delegation of Myanmar Government officials arrived here on Sunday to conduct a joint survey with Indian team on the route alignment for the Imphal-Mandalay bus service.

Officials here said the Myanmar delegation comprise four engineers. They along with an Indian delegation will survey the route alignment for the bus service. Officers from Ministry of External Affairs, and Ministry of Road Transport & Highways have been nominated for the joint survey. The Indian team from New Delhi also arrived in Imphal today.

The joint delegation will travel to Kalewa tomorrow and then to Kalewa-Mandalay via Yargyi on January 12 and from there, they will visit Mandalay-Kalemyo via Pale-Gangao. The Indian team will return to Imphal on January 15.

The bus service will connect Manipur capital Imphal and Mandalay in Myanmar, which has a large population of Indian origin. India and Myanmar share a 1,640-long land border. Besides Manipur, other Ne States of Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram share border with Myanmar.

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Myanmar delegation in Imphal

IMPHAL, Jan 11 � A delegation of Myanmar Government officials arrived here on Sunday to conduct a joint survey with Indian team on the route alignment for the Imphal-Mandalay bus service.

Officials here said the Myanmar delegation comprise four engineers. They along with an Indian delegation will survey the route alignment for the bus service. Officers from Ministry of External Affairs, and Ministry of Road Transport & Highways have been nominated for the joint survey. The Indian team from New Delhi also arrived in Imphal today.

The joint delegation will travel to Kalewa tomorrow and then to Kalewa-Mandalay via Yargyi on January 12 and from there, they will visit Mandalay-Kalemyo via Pale-Gangao. The Indian team will return to Imphal on January 15.

The bus service will connect Manipur capital Imphal and Mandalay in Myanmar, which has a large population of Indian origin. India and Myanmar share a 1,640-long land border. Besides Manipur, other Ne States of Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram share border with Myanmar.