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Modi with Suu Kyi on Rohingya issue

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India will help all to maintain Myanmar sovereignty and its geographical integrity. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, visiting Myanmar on Wednesday assured that
Myanmar State Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi, after a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said in a joint statement that there will be old friend India next to Myanmar in the present turbulent times.
In a joint press conference with Suu Kyi, the Prime Minister said India is aware of the challenges facing Myanmar in the face of peace. In this case, India is near Myanmar and will help as much as possible for peace.He expressed concern over the loss of lives of army and general people in the Rakhine province.
Analysts say that the assurance given by India is "very important" when Myanmar government is carrying out injustice, torture and genocide against Myanmar Rohingya.
Meanwhile, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi expressed her satisfaction over being satisfied with India on the question of terrorism.
Suu Kyi said, India and Myanmar ensure that their country will not be subjected to terrorism. Neighbors will not be able to nurture terrorists to drive sabotage in neighboring countries.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not say anything about the allegation of human rights violation against Myanmar and the massacre of Rohingya.Myanmar army has been accused of human rights violations more than once. The Rohingyas have been brutally accused of killing, rape and genocide, against the government forces of that country. That is why international pressure on the Aung San Suu Kyi government is increasing.
Analysts believe that despite the violent situation in the region, the Myanmar government will get much relief by the assurance of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prime Minister Modi arrived in Myanmar on Tuesday afternoon on a two-day visit.

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