Act East: Nagaland mulls unlocking of Myanmar border for trade
The state government is looking into every possibility of beginning trade and commerce with Myanmar as part of the BJP-led Centre’s Act East Policy. It needs to be mentioned that
The state government is looking into every possibility of beginning trade and commerce with Myanmar as part of the BJP-led Centre’s Act East Policy. It needs to be mentioned that efforts are being made for such avenues through the Avakhung village in Phek district, which is the last Indian village along the Myanmar border. DGP TJ Longkumer and MLA from Meluri, Yitachu visited Avakhung village for inspection.
Talking to Northeast Live, DGP TJ Longkumer said that the Nagaland government has been actively pursuing the matter ever since the Government of India initiated the Act East Policy. The Nagaland DGP stated that appropriate security arrangements will be in place once the proposed plan turns into reality.
Meanwhile, Meluri MLA Yitachu stated plans are also on the cards to explore opportunities for inland waterways besides road connectivity with Myanmar. Yitachu maintained that the Nagaland government is working in close coordination with the Centre to unlock the border with Myanmar for trade and commerce.
First Published: 11th April, 2022 15:00 IST
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