Myanmar President Htin Kyaw in India: New Delhi, Naypyidaw ink four key agreements [Photos]

India and Myanmar signed four key aggrements following the bilateral talks, including ones on constructing 69 bridges on the trilateral highway connecting India, Myanmar and Thailand and cooperation in the field of renewable energy.

FP Staff August 30, 2016 17:18:44 IST
President Pranab Mukherjee (Left) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Right) with Myanmar President U Htin Kyaw and his wife Daw Su Su Lwin during a ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Monday. PTI
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President Pranab Mukherjee (Left) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Right) with Myanmar President U Htin Kyaw and his wife Daw Su Su Lwin during a ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Monday. PTI
India and Myanmar on Monday signed four agreements following bilateral talks between the two leaders. PTI
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India and Myanmar on Monday signed four agreements following bilateral talks between the two leaders. PTI
President of Myanmar U Htin Kyaw inspects Guard of Honour at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.This was the first presidential visit from Myanmar to India after Nobel laureate Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) came to power in March 2016. PTI
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President of Myanmar U Htin Kyaw inspects Guard of Honour at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.This was the first presidential visit from Myanmar to India after Nobel laureate Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) came to power in March 2016. PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Myanmar's President U Htin Kyaw arrive for a meeting at Hyderabad house in New Delhi. One of the major agreements signed by India and Myanmar includes construction of 69 bridges on the trilateral highway connecting India, Myanmar and Thailand. PTI
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Myanmar's President U Htin Kyaw arrive for a meeting at Hyderabad house in New Delhi. One of the major agreements signed by India and Myanmar includes construction of 69 bridges on the trilateral highway connecting India, Myanmar and Thailand. PTI
India's Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar (Left) exchanges documents after signing an agreement with Myanmar government official at Hyderabad house in presence of the two leaders.  PTI
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India's Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar (Left) exchanges documents after signing an agreement with Myanmar government official at Hyderabad house in presence of the two leaders.  PTI