The new Sittwe Port, which is part of the Kelantan Multipurpose Transport Project (KMIT), will open soon and will be able to berth 5,000-6,000 ton ships, according to the Rakhine State Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In a meeting with Indian Consul General Mr. Bibekananda Bhattamishra and officials and officials of Rakhine State Chamber of Commerce and Industry on August 27, the Indian Consulate and KMTT port officials said the above. KMTT@kaladan, which has already been completed under the India-Myanmar Friendship Program.
The new Sittwe port of the Multi-Transit Transport project will be operational soon. 5000-6000 ton ships will be able to berth. He also accepted and welcomed the cooperation of the businessmen to start the operation of the port. If you need to contact us at any time, we welcome you. Creating employment opportunities; The Rakhine State Traders and Industrialists Association announced that the Indian Consulate and KMTT port officials said that they will work with Rakhine State merchants and industrialists to facilitate the systematic development of trade processes and information sharing.
At the invitation of Indian Consul General Mr.Bibekananda Bhattamishra, a dinner ceremony was held at Royal Sittwe Resort on August 27. U Shwe Maung, chairman of the Rakhine Coast Boat Owners Association, U Than Shwe, chairman of the Rakhine State Millers Association, and millers, U Khin Maung Gyi, Chairman of Rakhine Ethnic Entrepreneurs Association REA; U Kyaw Min Tun, Chairman of Rakhine Youth Entrepreneurs Association RYEA; Rakhine MSME Association vice president Daw Hema San and officials. It is reported that U Maung Win Che and officials from the Rakhine State Road and Highway Transport Association attended. On the Indian side, Mr. Tsewang Gyaltson, Indian Consul General and Economic Consul; Mr.Vikash Kumar Rai, Chief Officer of India-Myanmar Friendship Port KMTT Port Operator (AtoZ EXIM Company) and port officials. Officials of the Indian Consulate were said to have attended.
Source: Daily Eleven