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India at UN urges Myanmar to resolve differences in peaceful, constructive manner

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India at UN urges Myanmar to resolve differences in peaceful, constructive manner

India at UN urges Myanmar to resolve differences in peaceful, constructive manner

India called on Myanmar leadership to resolve differences in peaceful and constructive manner.

'Rule of law and democratic process must be upheld and those detained be released'.

It urged all stakeholders to restore democratic order.

India has been steadfast in support to the process of democratic transition in Myanmar.

At UNSC meet on the Middle East, India reaffirmed support to the Palestinian cause.

It advised for establishment of a sovereign, viable and independent state of Palestine living side by side in peace and security with Israel.

'Recent diplomatic efforts to revive the stalled peace talks are encouraging'.

India also acknowledged Egypt's efforts in facilitating the Cairo agreement.

India is in the process of sending another batch of medicines as a grant to the Palestinian people.

It will facilitate an early supply of Made in India vaccines to Palestine.

At UNSC meet on Somalia, India condemned frequent terror attacks by Al-Shabaab.

It said that Somali security forces and institutions need continued support to tackle Al Shabaab and other armed groups.

India asked for transition of security from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) to Somali security forces, keeping in mind ground realities.


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