6th NSA-Level Meeting Of Colombo Security Conclave:
National Security Advisers from India, Mauritius, and Sri Lanka, along with delegates from Seychelles and Bangladesh, participated in the 6th NSA-level meeting of the Colombo Security Conclave (CSC) in Mauritius.
- NSA Ajit Doval underscored the importance of the Colombo Security Conclave in promoting regional security and stability.
- He emphasized the significance of ongoing engagements across various cooperation pillars to address common security challenges.
- During the meeting, participants collectively agreed on a Roadmap of Activities for 2024, outlining strategic initiatives to enhance security collaboration.
- This roadmap signifies the commitment of member countries to strengthen cooperation and address evolving security dynamics.
- It was Originally known as the Trilateral for Maritime Security Cooperation, the Colombo Security Conclave has evolved to include India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, and Mauritius as its fourth member.
- Bangladesh and Seychelles participate as observers, reflecting the collaborative nature of maritime nations in addressing security challenges.