India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison will be holding their first bilateral summit on 4 June. Ahead of the meeting, High Commissioner Barry O’Farrell raised key concerns that are impacting the stability around the Indian Ocean region.
Indicating the outlook of the upcoming first major bilateral talk after the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia’s High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell has raised concern over developments in the South China Sea and the importance of “promoting free open Indo-Pacific”.
“We have a substantial interest in the region and we will support other countries. We have expressed our concern and use of maritime militias in the region”, says Australian High Commissioner Barry O’Farrell on the South China Sea.