Trilateral highway goes to a flying start

    Trilateral highway
    The process for the construction of the trilateral highway connecting India, Myanmar and Thailand has started and once the project is completed, it will go a long way in improving connectivity between the North East with the East Asian countries. The road is also vital for the implementation of the much talked about Act East Policy of the Government of India. The proposed route of the trilateral highway starts from the Indo-Myanmar border at Moreh in Manipur and passes through Tamu, across the border in Myanmar, to reach Moe Sot at the Thailand-Myanmar border. The task to build this entire link has been jointly taken up by various agencies of the stake holding countries. Giving details of the key sections of the road, sources said that the Moreh-Kyigone-Kalemyo section, also known as the ―India-Myanmar Friendship Road, was built by the Border Roads Organization (BRO) of the Indian Army, through aid provided by the Government of India. It was handed over to the Government of Myanmar in 2009. Currently, the Government of India is also facilitating the construction of 71 permanent high-level bridges on this road. The section from Kyigone to Kalewa towards the east is under repair and construction work is being carried out by the BRO.
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