Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi in Naypyidaw, on Wednesday, where they agreed to strengthen ties between the two countries. Modi stated, «I am confident that in the times to come we will work for mutual benefit towards strengthening and deepening and making this relationship closer, and we will work together.» During the bilateral meeting... Еще they discussed issues including fighting against terror and improving security. Modi extended his support to Myanmar's state counsellor in solving what he reportedly deemed to be «extremist violence» in Rakhine. The resurfacing of violence in Myanmar is being blamed on last week's attack on the country's police forces that left 12 officers dead. The Myanmar military claims to be targeting Rohingya militants in response, amid reports of widespread killings, arson, looting and rape in Rohingya villages. The number of Rohingya Muslims fleeing the violence in Myanmar has reached around 123,000 since late August, according to UN estimates.