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India, US, Japan to collaborate on maritime security

  • India, US and Japan have agreed to work together to maintain maritime security through greater collaboration.
  • US Secretary of State John Kerry hosted the dialogue with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, highlighted their shared support for peace, democracy, prosperity, and a rules-based international order.
  • They reiterated their support for ASEAN centrality in the multilateral political and security architecture in the Asia-Pacific region and emphasized the importance of the East Asia Summit as the premier leaders-level forum for addressing key political and security issues of the region.
  • All three ministers welcomed the inaugural Trilateral Ministerial as a platform for strengthening cooperation.

Source: ET

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