Myanmar, India to speed up renovation of Arnanda Pagoda
Yangon, Apr. 27 (ANI): Myanmar and India have both agreed to speed up the renovation of the Arnanda Pagoda in Myanmar's ancient city of Bagan.
A memorandum of understanding on cultural cooperation was signed between the two countries, Xinhua News quoted a Burmese daily, as saying on Wednesday.
The pagoda restoration project was discussed between Myanmar Union Deputy Minister of Culture Daw Sandar Khin and Indian ambassador Dr. Villur Sundararajan Seshadri at the office of the Ministry of Culture in Nay Pyi Taw Tuesday, said the New Light of Myanmar.
The MoU was among the five documents signed during a goodwill visit to India by former Myanmar top leader Senior- General Than Shwe in July 2010. (ANI)
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