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Naval officers of India, Myanmar discuss bilateral issues

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NEW DELHI (PTI): Senior officials of the naval forces of India and Myanmar held talks and discussed bilateral issues Tuesday, the Navy said.

"#BridgesofFriendship VAdm P Ajit Kumar VCNS hosts a delegation led by RAdm Moe Aung, Chief of Staff, Myanmar Navy at New Delhi. Bilateral issues (Navy to Navy) were discussed at the meeting @SpokespersonMoD @DefenceMinIndia @nsitharaman @MEAIndia," the Navy's spokesperson said in a tweet.

The naval forces of the two countries had participated in the Indo-Myanmar Coordinated Patrol Exercise in March.

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