USA NEWS – According to information received by World News Superfast, leaders in Australia and Japan to strengthen defense ties between two US allies to counter China’s growing assertiveness in the Asia-Pacific region amid a transition to the US leadership Have a personal conversation.
According to information received by the World News Superfast, a legal framework to allow their troops to visit each other’s countries for training and joint operations. During negotiations in Tokyo, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his Japanese counterpart, Yoshihide Suga, were expected to further discuss the agreement, although it was not immediately clear whether it would be finalized.
According to information received by World News Superfast, the deal, if signed, would be Japan’s first such agreement since the 1960 agreement with the United States, which signed the Japan-U.S. About 50,000 US troops were scheduled to work in and around Japan under a security treaty.
According to information received by the World News Superfast, at the beginning of the extended talks after a closed session between just two leaders and their interpreters, Suga said – they are expected to discuss cooperation which is the area of national security, trade and economic relations Will further strengthen the already strong relations between Japan and Australia. Also to liberate the Indo-Pacific region. Morrison said – two like-minded nations – both are liberal democracies with market-based economies. The region has a special responsibility to help maintain peace.
World News is committed to deepening, according to information received from Superfast, but has sought to supplement its regional defense by increasing cooperation with others in recent years, particularly Australia, maritime activity among China’s growing who It has spread to the seas of East and South China and beyond.