Nay Pyi Taw September 21
The Myanmar Tatmadaw delegation arriving in Gaya, the Republic of India, left Gaya Airport by special flight of the Indian Armed Forces at 2.50 pm local standard time on 20 September for Kolkata and arrived at the Eastern Command of Indian Army at 4.30 pm local standard time. The delegation was welcomed there by General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Eastern Command of Indian Army Lieutenant General Rbhay Krishna. Both sides discussed matters related to border region peace, security and stability, exchanged gifts and posed for a documentary photo.
In the evening, the delegation attended dinner hosted by Lieutenant General Rbhay Krishna and wife on aboard MV Balasan in Hooghly River, exchanged gifts, signed the visitors’ book and went back to Taj Bengal Kolkata Hotel where they would be staying.
Hooghly River originating from Murshidabad flows into the Adman Sea near Hediya in Rarh delta region, 35 kilometers from Kolkata by passing through Kolkata.