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Intellibrief –  India – PM chairs coordination meeting to review preparedness Cyclone Yaas. Army denies clash in Galwan. Encounter in Assam, Opposition supports farmers protests on  May 26. Taliban target districts amidst talks. Bangladesh lockdown extended May 30. Myanmar surge in violence. Nepal Ordnance route to amend citizenship. Global Israel Hamas Cease Fire Holds


  • Afghanistan: Violence Displaces Over 8,000 Families
  • Pakistan plays critical role in Afghan peace process: US
  • Taliban blame Kabul for delaying peace negotiations


  • Bangladesh says ban on travel to Israel remains unchanged
  • Bangladesh extends virus lockdown to May 30, eases curbs on long-haul buses


  • Maldives Remand of 3 arrested for May 6 terror attack extended


  • Around 40 Myanmar Junta Troops Killed in Kayah State
  • Myanmar military leader Min Aung Hlaing expresses intention to shift to civilian rule: Report


  • Nepal President issues ordinance to amend Citizenship Act
  • EC advises PM to conduct election in single phase
  • Signature campaign underway at Singha Durbar as opposition alliance prepares to file case against HoR dissolution


  • Pak-China strategic partnership ‘exemplary for the world,’ says PM Imran Khan
  • Finance minister predicts 5% growth rate for 2022; 6% for 2023

Sri Lanka

  • “What the government needs to do now is follow medical advice to control the spread of the virus”- UNP Leader


  • Shivshankar Menon: ‘Post-Covid, everyone will be diminished. We have to handle our problems competently… not do image management’
  • Operation Samudra Setu II – INS Jalashwa arrives Visakhapatnam with Critical COVID Relief
  • Indian Coast Guard deploys its assets in view of Cyclone Yaas
  • No new clash took place in Galwan Valley in early May: Indian Army
  • PM chairs meeting to review preparedness and planning to tackle Cyclone ‘Yaas’
  • With 21.23 Lakh Tests, India sets a New Record again with Highest ever Tests Conducted in the last 24 hours
  • India trying to save vaccines by delaying shots for Covid patients: Govt panel head
  • 12 Opposition parties extend support to farm unions’ stir on May 26
  • Six DNLA cadres killed in encounter

Note – Trends are as sourced from the media of respective countries and have not been edited, the content is the sole responsibility of the providers and not that of Security Risks Asia

Regional Strategic Trends & Intellibrief – 24 May
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