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    Arunachal pushes for road to Myanmar

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    The state government in Arunachal Pradesh recently called for reopening the historic Stilwell Road between India and Myanmar through the Pangsau Pass and setting up designate towns in either country as sister towns to promote culture and business between the two sides. In addition, the state also called for setting land custom office at Nampong on the Myanmar border as early as possible, said deputy chief minister. He asked Indian ambassador to Myanmar, Vikram Misri, who currently on a four-day visit to the Northeastern region, to take up steps to upgrade the Currency Exchange Office and Trade Center at the border point between Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar to facilitate movement of people and border trade between the two countries. The 1726-km Stilwell Road, built by the Allied Army under supervision of General Joseph Stilwell of the US Army during the Second World War, connects Ledo in Assam to Kunming in China through Myanmar. While 71 km is in India, 1033 km is in Myanmar and the remainder 632 km is in China.
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