AAI wants to further strengthen India-Myanmar relationship

AAI has been recently engaged in development of Greenfield Kalaymyo airport in Myanmar

GN Bureau | November 16, 2018


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Airports Authority of India (AAI) recently participated in India Myanmar Business Forum organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in association with ministry of foreign affairs of the republic of the union of Myanmar and union of myanmar federation of chambers of commerce and industry (UMFCCI) with focus on bilateral trade and investments in the Rakhine state of Myanmar at India Habitat Centre in New Delhi. 

 
AAI officials raised issues about numerous opportunities and challenges faced by Indian civil aviation which is slated to become the world’s 3rd largest in near future after US and China. AAI official SD Tiwari touched upon the India Myanmar longstanding relationship and stressed on strategically important initiatives of the Indian government in terms of accessibility to the South- East Asia and India’s Look East policies and Act East policies. AAI has been recently engaged in development of Greenfield Kalaymyo airport at Myanmar through ministry of external affairs support.

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