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Concerned over extremist violence in Rakhine state, says PM Modi in Myanmar

WION Web Team Naypyitaw, Naypyidaw Union Territory, Myanmar (Burma) Sep 06, 2017, 04.24 AM (IST)

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PM Modi met Nobel laureate and Myanmar state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi in Nay Pyi Taw. India's prime minister is on a two-day visit to Myanmar.

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PM Modi had met Myanmar President Htin Kyaw on Tuesday.

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"We share your concerns about extremist violence in Rakhine state and violence against security forces and how innocent lives have been affected: PM said.

"At the same time we can have peace, justice, dignity and democratic values for all," he added.

"We hope that all stakeholders together can find a way out in which unity & territorial integrity of Myanmar is respected," India's PM said.

"Citizens of Myanmar who wish to visit India will be given gratis visas, and 40 Myanmarese citizens in Indian jails will be released," PM Modi announced.

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