the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the Burmese Union, BEARING IN MIND the friendly relations between the two countries, CONVINCED that the formal delimitation and delimitation of the entire traditional border between the Republic of India and the Union between the Republic of India and the Burmese Union would further strengthen the friendly relations between the two countries, agreed as follows: a fixed border is an essential condition for efficient border crossing and collaboration on horseback. It reduces friction, helps neighbors consolidate mutually beneficial exchanges, and fosters trust in building better relationships. Most of the speakers made positive speeches and called on the government to see the AMLA as the beginning of the development of better relations not only with Bangladesh, but also with all its neighbours. K. Kavitha (TRS) even said that financial investments in neighbors were money better spent than on high-speed trains. == Individual credentials == Ramachandran (BSCIMK) took the opportunity to make a pitch to recover the island of Katchatheevu from Sri Lanka. Under a 2011 agreement, the two sides agreed to share water from the river 50:50, just like the 1996 Ganges Water Sharing Pact between neighbors. This agreement was not signed due to opposition from the Prime Minister of West Bengal. Kachchatheevu is a small island of 285.2 hectares, 10 miles northeast of Rameshwaram, used by fishermen. Shri Naidu affirmed that India and Bangladesh are capable of resolving some outstanding issues, including the land border and the issue of maritime borders, and said, “Today, the bilateral relations between India and Bangladesh are seen as a model of good-neighbourly relations.” On 3 June 1947, two border commissions, under the direction of Sir Cyril Radcliff, were entrusted to the Division of India, Pakistan and East Pakistan. While Bangladesh, with concave coasts, delineates its maritime border south of the land border, India extends its claims to the southeast and stretches for thousands of kilometers into the Bay of Bengal. During the Prime Minister`s official visit to Bangladesh in September 2011, a “Protocol to the Agreement between the Government of India and the Government of Bangladesh on the Delimitation of the Land Borders between India and Bangladesh and Related Matters (AMLA)” was signed. it regulates long-outstanding land boundary issues within an undemarcated segment of 6.1 km; poorly held areas; and exchange of enclaves.
On 13 February 2013, the Cabinet approved an amendment bill to implement the 1974 India-Bangladesh Border Agreement and the AMLA Protocol signed in 2011. Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. Thailand), judgment, ICJ Reports 1962, p. 6 (1) “India, Bangladesh sign historic land border agreement.” The Hindu Business Line, 6 June 2015. www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/india-bangladesh-sign-historic-land-boundary-agreement/article7289332.ece. I would also like to reiterate the sentiments expressed by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi during Prime Minister Hasina`s visit to India in April 2017 and during the visit of the President of Bangladesh to India in March 2018. .