- Australia agrees with India’s Indo-Pacific expansion plan
- India wants to give its maritime boundaries
- Australia, Pakistan, India, help
India-Australia Relations- For the past eight years, the cover in India has been going all over the world. Because of this, the strong hand of the country’s leadership also leads to the continuous growth of India in the economic, commercial and business spheres. In view of the same, India now wants to expand its maritime border area. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said in the last few days that when we talk about maritime boundaries, we do not mean the Kumara up to the Indian Ocean, rather it is the Pacific Ocean up to other oceans.
Country wise India now ranks among the world’s most powerful nations. So does its economic and military power and wants to improve. For him, the expansion of the sea limits could be more than security and trade education. So India will be extended not to the Hind but to the Pacific Ocean for your Hind Purni. The country is working in this direction. Now Australia has supported this initiative of India.
India promoting support with Australia
India on Tuesday praised India’s Indo-Pacific Ocean (IPOI) for its “regular and strong support”, saying both countries have built Australia’s beam form and that the relationship has reached a high level. there is The ‘Australia-India Leadership Dialogue-2020’ addressed by online media said that the economic cooperation and trade agreement will expand rapidly to 20 billion dollar investment and 25 thousand dollar investment level in April-2022. He said the number of Indian students in Australia exceeds one lakh, the community estimated at 7.2 million during the Aham Center for Education which is a strong source of both Indian communities.
From strong leadership and open exchanges, the two countries are close to moving forward
Jaishankar said, “But in reality, the biggest change is at the political and strategic level. The reason for the greater tilt is concern for regional stability, prosperity and security.” The foreign minister said, “It was a competing thought based on international law and norms. The ASEAN-led forum, Jatimandal, India-Ocean Rim Association between the two countries will initially have long discussions, but will strengthen and more open exchanges will allow both countries to cooperate and compromise on their own interests.
Australia provides sea aid to India
India is a strong supporter of the Indo-Pacific Partnership (IPOI) and Australia. The major development is realizing that today the bilateral relations are capable of building regional and global levels by strengthening both countries. Foundation for Security and Development” (SAJER) initiative was created. The Australia-India Indo-Pacific Partnership (AIIPOIP) focuses maritime assistance specifically in the Indo-Pacific in support of open, inclusive, and rule-based systems. Jaishankar also spoke with this renewed vigor on the ongoing dialogue between the two countries, be it at the level of his leadership or at the lower level. They mentioned something recently.
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