America agreed with these countries for security in the Indo-Pacific region, India did not get a place

America agreed with these countrie

The US has recently formed a tripartite alliance ‘Aukus’ (AUKUS) with Australia and Britain for the security of the Indo-Pacific region. USA has refused to include India in this. Earlier it was being said that India and Japan can also be included in this.


White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Wednesday that the AUCUS announcement last week was not just symbolic and I think President Joe Biden has also sent the same message to French President Emmanuel Macron that the Indo-Pacific should be built for security. No other country will be included in the alliance.


Saki was asked whether India or Japan would be included in this alliance, to which he replied. The US, Britain and Australia on September 15 announced a new trilateral security alliance ‘Aukus’ (AUKUS) for the strategically important region amid China’s growing influence in the Indo-Pacific, to protect their common interests. and better share defense capabilities, including helping Australia acquire nuclear-powered submarines. Due to this agreement it has canceled the contract with France.


France had criticized its non-inclusion in the alliance, saying it showed a lack of mutual participation when the Indo-Pacific region faced common challenges. “Of course, dialogue is necessary with many countries, including France, who have a direct interest in this area,” Saki said.


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