Look at China! India does not invite Australia to take part in the US Japan Indian military exercise

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 Look at China! India does not invite Australia to take part in the US Japan Indian military exercise


The Australian National Defense Ministry reported on Thursday that the Australian Ministry of defence confirmed on Thursday that the country would not take part in a joint naval exercise in Mala balal, led by India and with the United States and Japan, on Thursday. In January this year, Australian Prime Minister Turnbull said that Australias efforts to return to this multinational joint military exercise were progresses well. It was said that Australia was excluded from the malabal exercise because the relationship between India and China was warming up, which has also been hit by the four countries security dialogue that has been actively promoted by the Turnbull administration. The Mara Barre naval exercise began in 1992, the original annual joint naval exercise for India and the United States, which became a three country joint exercise after the official accession of Japan. In 2007, Australia and Singapore participated in the joint exercises of that year, but the two countries were not formally permanent participants in malba Barres military exercises. After that, the Australian side had not been involved in the military exercise. The India Stan Times said Australia was quitting at that time because China expressed concern about the exercise. However, the Australian Defense Ministry later said that since 2015, the Australian side has been keeping in touch with the Indian side on the Australian Armys participation in the Mala Barre maneuver. Australian government sources quoted the Australian government as saying that the Australian side had not received an invitation to the Indian exercise this year, but was still interested in the manoeuvre. The report said that before the Indian leader held an informal meeting in Wuhan, Australias participation in the Mala Barr maneuver program confirmed the soup. Reggie, a strategic analyst at the India think tank research foundation, said the Indian party decided not to invite Australia to participate in the Marais exercise because moody wanted to restart the relationship with China. He said: India is worried that if Australia is allowed to join Mala Barr, the exercise may send a signal to China. This is also considered a blow to the security dialogue between Australia, the United States, India and Japan. The Australian newspaper said that the four countries, such as Australia, India and Japan, will be able to participate in the manoeuvre such as the maral naval exercises, which will help to further consolidate the security dialogue mechanism of the four countries. Reggie said the Australian side was excluded from the Mala Barr maneuver, which means that the four countries security dialogue mechanism is of little strategic value. It is a necessary condition for the four countries to conduct genuine political and military cooperation, he said. Now the official sentiment in New Delhi is that no one wants to anger China for a year before the election. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: ye Zhi FA _NBJS6073 Australian government sources quoted the Australian government as saying that the Australian side had not received an invitation to the Indian exercise this year, but was still interested in the manoeuvre. The report said that before the Indian leader held an informal meeting in Wuhan, Australias participation in the Mala Barr maneuver program confirmed the soup. Reggie, a strategic analyst at the India think tank research foundation, said the Indian party decided not to invite Australia to participate in the Marais exercise because moody wanted to restart the relationship with China. He said: India is worried that if Australia is allowed to join Mala Barr, the exercise may send a signal to China. This is also considered a blow to the security dialogue between Australia, the United States, India and Japan. The Australian newspaper said that the four countries, such as Australia, India and Japan, will be able to participate in the manoeuvre such as the maral naval exercises, which will help to further consolidate the security dialogue mechanism of the four countries. Reggie said the Australian side was excluded from the Mala Barr maneuver, which means that the four countries security dialogue mechanism is of little strategic value. It is a necessary condition for the four countries to conduct genuine political and military cooperation, he said. Now the official sentiment in New Delhi is that no one wants to anger China for a year before the election.