Burma's second ranking official has arrived in Bangladesh for talks that will focus on border issues and a possible land leasing deal for Bangladeshi farmers.
Vice Senior General Maung Aye brought an entourage of 55 officials with him, including seven ministers, for the three-day visit.
During meetings with Bangladeshi officials the delegation will discuss sea border issues, cross-border road projects and a plan to lease border land to farmers in Bangladesh for cultivation.
The establishment of a cross-border road is expected to top the agenda. The road is part of a plan to create an overland link between Bangladesh and China.