International Desk:India has handed over 50 houses built for Rohingyas in Myanmar, official sources said. According to the agreement, there are 250 such houses to be constructed. In the first phase, the construction of 50 houses is completed in the first phase. The house was handed over after a delegation-level discussion between Indian President Ramnath Kobind and Myanmar’s President Uuin Mint on Tuesday. This is known from the Indian media reports of The Indian Express. Myanmar signed a development project agreement with Myanmar last year to bring the Rohingya refugees back to Rakhine in Bangladesh due to ethnic killings. It pledges support to the Myanmar government to build a home for Rohingya refugees who have returned to Myanmar. Indian authorities handed over the homes officially to Myanmar on Tuesday. This is reported on Tuesday by visiting Indian President Ramnath Kobind’s Twitter Twitter account on Tuesday. The tweet says, “India is building 250 homes as part of Myanmar’s Rakhine development project. Ramnath Kobind’s visit to Myanmar for three days from Monday onwards has been handed over to the authorities of Myanmar. This is the first time that any President of India has visited Myanmar in an era. Myanmar’s relationship with Bangladesh, however, deteriorated with Myanmar relations, despite the Rakhine destruction, Myanmar’s relations with India have been intensified. In the last three years, the top two leaders of the country have regularly visited each other. Last year, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Myanmar. Aung San Suu Kyi visited India to attend the ASEAN memorial conference in January this year. Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said in a press conference in New Delhi that through these visits, India’s political, economic and defense relations have been strengthened with Myanmar.
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