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India, Australia to deepen security coordination with Japan, U.S. 

Saturday’s Nikkei highlighted growing security cooperation between India and Australia, noting that their prime ministers held a videoconference on Thursday and agreed to elevate the bilateral strategic partnership to a “comprehensive strategic partnership.” The two leaders reportedly forged a consensus for concluding a pact to enhance military interoperability. Noting that both countries are having difficulty managing their relations with China with regard to territory and trade, the daily said Canberra and New Delhi are willing to partner with Japan and the U.S. to promote the establishment of a free and open Indo-Pacific region.   

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