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DIMAPUR, March 2 - An 11-member delegation of Myanmar�s Union Solidarity and Development Party called on Nagaland Governor PB Acharya at the Raj Bhavan in Kohima today and expressed their desire for further developing the Naga-administered areas of Myanmar. Nagaland Minister for Higher Education Temjen Imna Along also attended the meeting.

Appreciating the delegates for their visit to Nagaland, Acharya expressed his concern for the welfare of the Nagas living in Myanmar and called for taking up development activities in the border areas of both the countries, the PRO, Raj Bhavan, stated in a release.

The Governor underscored the need for opening of educational institutions, hospitals, orphanages, skill development centres, etc., along the Indo-Myanmar border areas through border area development activities.

He said private-public partnership welfare activities with participation from NGOs from both India and Myanmar should be encouraged for developing and strengthening both the nations. He said the Indian National Fellowship Centre, a Mumbai-based NGO, was working for the people of the North East by organising student-teacher exchange programmes, medical camps, etc., in the border areas.

Acharya also urged the delegation to arrange a visit of other Nagas of Myanmar to Nagaland and conduct Bharat Darshan from time to time so as to strengthen ties between the two countries. He also called for cultural exchange programmes between the two countries.

Acharya said the North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC) can sponsor cultural programmes and exchanges with Myanmar Nagas. The Governor is the NEZCC chairman.

The India Foundation, an independent research centre working on issues, challenges and opportunities of the Indian polity, sponsored the visit of the Myanmarese delegation to the State.

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Myanmar delegation visits Nagaland

DIMAPUR, March 2 - An 11-member delegation of Myanmar�s Union Solidarity and Development Party called on Nagaland Governor PB Acharya at the Raj Bhavan in Kohima today and expressed their desire for further developing the Naga-administered areas of Myanmar. Nagaland Minister for Higher Education Temjen Imna Along also attended the meeting.

Appreciating the delegates for their visit to Nagaland, Acharya expressed his concern for the welfare of the Nagas living in Myanmar and called for taking up development activities in the border areas of both the countries, the PRO, Raj Bhavan, stated in a release.

The Governor underscored the need for opening of educational institutions, hospitals, orphanages, skill development centres, etc., along the Indo-Myanmar border areas through border area development activities.

He said private-public partnership welfare activities with participation from NGOs from both India and Myanmar should be encouraged for developing and strengthening both the nations. He said the Indian National Fellowship Centre, a Mumbai-based NGO, was working for the people of the North East by organising student-teacher exchange programmes, medical camps, etc., in the border areas.

Acharya also urged the delegation to arrange a visit of other Nagas of Myanmar to Nagaland and conduct Bharat Darshan from time to time so as to strengthen ties between the two countries. He also called for cultural exchange programmes between the two countries.

Acharya said the North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC) can sponsor cultural programmes and exchanges with Myanmar Nagas. The Governor is the NEZCC chairman.

The India Foundation, an independent research centre working on issues, challenges and opportunities of the Indian polity, sponsored the visit of the Myanmarese delegation to the State.