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National Security Adviser Ajit Doval participated in the 6th NSA-level Meeting of the Colombo Security Conclave in Port Louis, Mauritius yesterday. The National Security Advisers of Member Countries participated in the meeting along with senior delegates from Bangladesh and Seychelles. Member States reviewed the progress of the decisions taken at the 5th NSA-level Meeting and agreed on a Roadmap of Activities for 2024. 

They reiterated the role and responsibility of the CSC in ensuring the safety, security and stability of the Indian Ocean Region from traditional, non-traditional and emerging hybrid



challenges.

The Colombo Security Conclave was established in 2020 when India, Sri Lanka and Maldives agreed to expand the scope and membership of their Trilateral Meeting on Maritime Cooperation. Mauritius joined the conclave at the 5th NSA-level meeting in March last year. Cooperation under the CSC focuses on five pillars of cooperation. 

These are maritime safety and security, countering terrorism and radicalization, combating trafficking and transnational organized crime, cyber security and protection of critical infrastructure and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. 



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