Officials from India and Burma have agreed to strengthen border management, security and efforts to curb drug trafficking.
The agreement was reached during a meeting between Burmese Interior Minister Major General Maung Oo and his Indian counterpart Shivraj Patil in New Delhi on Thursday.
In their talks, the two sides agreed to try and find ways to improve intelligence sharing and border management. India raised the issue of drug trafficking and Burma said that it would work together with its neighbor to curb the trade.
They also agreed to work together to flush out Indian insurgents from areas along their shared border.
Major General Oo, and his four member delegation, also visited Bangalore and Hyderabad.