New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reiterated India’s strong commitment to work for further deepening the unique bilateral partnership with the Union of Myanmar.
The Prime Minister stated this during his meeting with Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, Commander-in-Chief of Myanmar Defence Services, who called on the former in New Delhi on July 29.
The Senior General congratulated the Prime Minister on the success in the recent parliamentary elections. He noted the rapid development of India in the past few years and also the all-round deepening of the unique relations between the two neighbours, including in the area of defence and security cooperation.
The Prime Minister recalled the warmth and hospitality extended to him during his visits to Myanmar. He noted the excellent state of bilateral cooperation in the areas of counter-insurgency, capacity building, military-to-military-ties and maritime cooperation, as well as in economic sphere and development cooperation.