MoIP Union Minister seeks Myanmar-India cooperation in e-ID system

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Myanmar’s Union Minister for Immigration and Population U Myint Kyaing, along with a delegation, travelled to New Delhi, India, to explore the possibility of cooperation in implementing an e-ID system between the two countries on 24 July. The visit came in response to an invitation from the Indian Government.
Myanmar’s delegation visited the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) headquarters on 25 July. During the meeting, UIDAI CEO Mr Amit Agrawal and officials presented information on the organization’s efforts and success in implementing the Aadhaar system. They discussed the effective services the system provides to various government organizations and citizens.
Union Minister U Myint Kyaing extended greetings and raised questions regarding further actions required for the successful implementation of the e-ID system. The managing director and officials addressed the queries, fostering a productive exchange of information and experiences between relevant sectors. The meeting concluded with the exchange of souvenirs.
The visit aimed to explore the potential for collaboration in adopting an e-ID system, reflecting Myanmar’s interest in strengthening ties with India in this technological domain. — MNA/TS

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