Indian PM Narendra Modi holds bilateral talks with Japanese and Australian PMs

Indian PM Narendra Modi holds bilateral talks with Japanese and Australian PMs

Washington: – Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a visit to the United States, held bilateral talks with the Japanese and Australian Prime Ministers. The open, free and inclusive Indo-Pacific region featured prominently in the discussions with both these leaders. The discussions between the Indian, Japanese and Australian Prime Ministers become significant because of […]

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A senior US official accuses China of trying to isolate Australia from western countries

A senior US official accuses China of trying to isolate Australia from western countries

Washington/Canberra/Beijing: – Curt Campbell, the US coordinator for Indo-Pacific, accused ‘The United States feels that China is trying to separate Australia from the group of like-minded western countries. The objective is to see what effects this has on Australia and the change in the Australian outlook.’ At this time, Campbell assured that despite any efforts […]

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Australia indicates joining Naval Task Force with United States to stop China in the Indo-Pacific

Australia indicates joining Naval Task Force with United States to stop China in the Indo-Pacific

Washington/Canberra/Beijing – Australia has indicated that it may join the Naval Task Force being formed by the United States to counter the military ambitions of China in the Indo-Pacific sector. It is revealed that senior defence official in Biden administration, Ely Ratner gave this information during the US Congressional hearing. As per the claims, Australian […]

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UK and Australia reach understanding over free trade agreement

UK and Australia reach understanding over free trade agreement

London/Canberra: – Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom and Australia informed that both the countries have agreed on a free trade agreement. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that this agreement is a new dawn in the UK-Australia relations. The British sources informed that this is the first bilateral agreement signed by the United Kingdom […]

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Concerns grow in Islamic countries over banishment of Uyghurs

Concerns grow in Islamic countries over banishment of Uyghurs

Canberra/Tokyo/Beijing: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison strongly demanded that the World Trade Organisation (WTO) take stern action against countries with aggressive economic policies. The meeting of the G7 countries is starting in the United Kingdom, from Friday; Prime Minister Morrison indicated that this issue would be raised in the meeting. Furthermore, Japan has announced support […]

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China criticises ‘United Front’ of Australia-New Zealand

China criticises ‘United Front’ of Australia-New Zealand

Wellington/Beijing: – China has become highly restless due to the formation of the ‘United Front’ by Australia and New Zealand on the Uyghurs issues and the South China Sea. On Monday, China reacted aggressively to the joint statement issued by both these countries. Moreover, it warned that baseless accusations and irresponsible statements would not be […]

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New Zealand backs Australia in trade dispute with China

New Zealand backs Australia in trade dispute with China

Wellington: – New Zealand Trade Minister Damien O’Connor said that New Zealand is the third party in the trade conflict sparked between Australia and China and assured that New Zealand is standing with Australia. He also noted that a rule-based trading system needs to be maintained globally, without a direct mention of China. Australian Prime […]

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Australia to modernise military bases for maintaining peace in Indo-Pacific

Australia to modernise military bases for maintaining peace in Indo-Pacific

Melbourne: – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced ‘Australia will modernise four of its military bases to assist neighbouring and friendly countries. Australia will be investing A$747 million ($580 million) for this purpose.’ Prime Minister Morrison also clarified that this investment was for peace in the Indo-Pacific sector and not against China. A few hours […]

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