NSA Doval to Visit Myanmar on June 17

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New Delhi: In the aftermath of the Myanmar operation by Indian army, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will visit Myanmar on June 17 to assess the situation.

Asserting that the two governments have been in “constant touch”, top government sources said Mr. Doval will undertake the visit with a view to discuss with authorities possibilities of “further joint action” against Northeast insurgents.

Mr. Doval, who is said to have been closely involved in planning June 9 operation along the India-Myanmar border, will also meet senior security and defence officials during his visit. An appointment with the President has also been sought.

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