Myanmar ambassador to India, Moe Kyaw Aung, who led the official delegation, told ANI, "We have very good relations between India and Myanmar. I hope this meeting will be conducive for the promotion of bilateral relations."
"The majority population in Myanmar is Buddhist, so they really like visiting India, where Buddhism was originated. But, the costs of travelling across borders are relatively high at present. A more direct flight route and road connectivity will be greatly conducive for the growth of culture and tourism between the two countries," Aung said.
He added, "Also, there are many Indian tourists who travel to Myanmar. Such facilities would be convenient for people of both countries.
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