Yangon, Burma – The governments of India and Myanmar have come to an agreement to begin cooperative border patrols along their own respective borders. The aim of this patrol is to limit and stop the transport of drugs, arms, and terrorists.
A statement from the government of Myanmar says, “Due to the Myanmar Sovereignty Crisis, it is important to guard our shared borders to help stabilize the situation and protect our diverse, multi-ethnic societies.
It plans to utilize a combination of 3,000 Myanmar and 3,000 Indian troops to secure the border utilizing a combination of advanced recon technology, structured militaristic sweeps, and highly trained personnel.
The goal of the border patrols is that this will help close up the porous gaps along the vast borders, according to the sources.
Myanmar borders to the east with Thailand are completely of control 600,000 refugees.