Mali River

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Not to be confused with Mali.
Mali River
Mali Hka
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Origin Kachin Hills
Mouth Ayeyarwady River
22°42′37″N 97°30′10″E / 22.71028°N 97.50278°E / 22.71028; 97.50278Coordinates: 22°42′37″N 97°30′10″E / 22.71028°N 97.50278°E / 22.71028; 97.50278
Basin countries Myanmar
Length 320 kilometres (200 mi)
Mouth elevation 150 m (490 ft)

The Mali River (Mali Hka) is a river that originates in the hills of Kachin State, in the northern border of Burma. It flows approximately 320 km, when it meets with the N'Mai River and forms the Ayeyarwady River. Construction of the Myitsone Dam has begun at this confluence.[1]

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