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NEW DELHI: India is steadily cranking up its naval workouts with the “Quad” nations and different key strategic allies, at the same time as US secretary of defence Lloyd Austin on Saturday started his first tour to Asia to bolster army cooperation and guarantee “credible deterrence” towards China.
Austin’s go to to New Delhi from March 19 to 21, after touring Japan and South Korea with secretary of state Antony Blinken, will come amidst the persevering with army confrontation between India and China on the remaining friction factors in jap Ladakh. The focus of his talks with defence minister Rajnath Singh can be on additional enhancing the sturdy bilateral defence ties in addition to guaranteeing “a free, open and inclusive” Indo-Pacific area, with an eye fixed firmly on China, as was earlier reported by TOI.
Speaking on the US Indo-Pacific Command at Hawaii on Saturday, Austin mentioned he was travelling to Japan, South Korea and India to strengthen “alliances and partnerships” in addition to foster “credible deterrence” towards China. With India, US, Japan and Australia making clear their intent to discourage any “coercion” within the Indo-Pacific throughout their leaders’ Quad summit on Friday, their navies will be a part of France for its “La Pérouse” train in Bay of Bengal from April four to 7.
India will deploy its frontline warships and P-8I maritime patrol plane from the jap naval command at Vizag for this Quad-plus-France train. Then, the bilateral “Varuna” naval train between India and France can be expanded to incorporate UAE in Arabian Sea from April 25 to 27.
Warships from India, US, Japan and Australia participate within the Malabar train in November


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