During the 6th NSA-level meeting of the Columbo Security Conclave in Mauritius on Thursday, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval stressed on the pivotal role of regional regrouping.
Doval also emphasised on the importance of ensuring security and stability in the region.
Top-level officials from India, Mauritius, Maldives and Sri Lanka along with delegates from Bangladesh and Seychelles attended the CSC meet.
The Indian high commission in Mauritius said the high-level meeting agreed on a roadmap of activities for 2024.
During the conclave, Doval highlighted the significance of continued engagements under the different pillars of cooperation.
National Security Advisers of India, Mauritius and Sri Lanka, as well as delegates from Seychelles and Bangladesh participated in the 6th NSA-level Meeting of the Colombo Security Conclave (CSC) today in Mauritius. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/6Fa9P9FjLD— India in Mauritius (@HCI_PortLouis) December 7, 2023
"In his statement, NSA Shri Ajit Doval emphasised the crucial role of CSC in ensuring regional security & stability, and highlighted the significance of continued engagements under the different pillars of cooperation. Members also agreed on a Roadmap of Activities for 2024," it said.
It is learnt that the meeting reviewed regional security scenarios and ways to boost security cooperation.
Established in 2020, CSC mainly focuses on maritime safety, and security, countering terrorism, combating transnational crime, cyber security and humanitarian assistance.