Seas, space and cyber to offer big opportunities ahead: NSA Ajit Doval


National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Friday said that in times to come seas, space and cyber are going to be the three areas offering biggest opportunities and also challenges for nations.

Maintaining that India has several geographical advantages, he called upon nations in its near and distant neighbourhood to work together for maritime security. Doval was addressing the second edition of the `Goa Maritime Conclave’ that began in Panaji on Thursday. The three-day meet is aimed at identifying common maritime priorities of littoral nations in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).

The chiefs of navies of ten countries – Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, Mauritius, Seychelles, Singapore and Malaysia are participating in the conclave.

“In the times to come, seas, space and cyber are going to be the three areas which are going to offer biggest opportunities and also going to present most serious threats, Doval said. Read more

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