Myanmar President Htin Kyaw will conduct bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Monday.
On his four day visit to India, President Htin Kyaw was given a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhawan on Monday morning. He returned from Delhi to Agra for the meeting.
During his meeting, Prime Minister Modi will raise the issues of border management and ways to contain militant activities along the Indo-Myanmar border.
At present, India and Myanmar contributes more than 1,600 kilometer long outskirt and one of India's worries has been the nearness of guerilla gatherings along the fringe. Both sides are additionally liable to talk about approaches to help exchange ties.
President Kyaw's visit expect unique importance in perspective of the Government's force on Act East approach and India's expanding vital and in addition exchange engagement with nations on the eastern outskirts.
Kyaw is additionally booked to meet President Pranab Mukherjee and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and hold exchanges on shared interest.
This is the principal visit by the Myanmar President after presumption of office by the new government in March this year.