The agreement signed on Wednesday aims to provide seamless vehicular movement for enhancing trade, business, health, education and tourism between India, Myanmar and Thailand. The project would be completed in three years.
Under the agreement, the NHAI would upgrade the Yagyi-Kalewa section of highway (milepost 40/0 to milepost 115/5) in Myanmar to two lanes with earthen shoulder.
"The project will have three new major bridges and two new minor bridges. Four existing major bridges and nine existing minor bridges will be repaired and strengthened and six existing minor bridges will be reconstructed," it said.
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