New Delhi: Upping the ante against China amid the ongoing military confrontation in eastern Ladakh, India has finally invited Australia to take part in its top-notch trilateral Malabar naval exercises with the US and Japan next month.
The 24th edition of Malabar, to be held in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea in two phases in the first and third weeks of November, will mark the first time the “Quad” countries will come together for the combat maneuvers on the high seas after 13 years.
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October 20, 2020