Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar), Nov 11:
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Myanmar President Thein Sein here.
“We talked about strengthening ties in the fields of culture, commerce & enhancing connectivity,” Modi said in another tweet.
Earlier in the day, the indian prime minister arrived in the country on a two-day visit when will also be attending the East Asia Summit and the 25th Asean summit scheduled to be held Nov 12-13.
“Landed in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, to a very warm welcome! Great being in this beautiful country,” Modi tweeted. He also posted a picture.
Modi was given a guard of honour on his arrival and welcomed by people dressed in their traditional attires.
India sees Myanmar as a “natural bridge” to southeast Asia.