Two new tourist routes open in northeast India

Two new tourist routes opened in northeast India

New tourist routes have been developed and approved in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. These are tours between cities: Dibrugarh — Deomali — Khukanjuri — Khonsa in the district of Tirap and Dibrugarh — Kanubari — Longding in Longding District on the border with Myanmar.

“A proposal from the government of Arunachal Pradesh regarding the opening of new tourist routes has been considered by the central government. Accordingly, with the approval of the competent authority of the Ministry of Home Affairs, it was decided to open two new tourist routes in Arunachal Pradesh for the purpose of tourism, — India's Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a circular.

The Ministry of Health called on the government of Arunachal Pradesh to strengthen the capacity of the district administration by increasing the strength of the Tirap and Longding district police to ensure security in the area. The main goal — create conditions conducive to the development of tourism, officials said. “All movements of tourists must be properly controlled by the departments concerned,” — stated later in the order. Recall that the region of Arunachal Pradesh is the subject of a territorial dispute between India and China.

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