India said that it is not new for China to step into the Indian Ocean region. (Pic- ANI)
Indian Ocean: When asked about the possibility of military cooperation between the quadrilateral alliance, Admiral Singh did not give any direct answer but said that there is no issue that the Navy cannot deal with.
When asked about the possibility of military cooperation between the quadrilateral alliance, Admiral Singh did not give any direct answer but said that there is no issue that the Navy cannot deal with and that it has a strong partnership with the navies of the member states of this alliance. . Last month, the top leadership of this quadrilateral alliance of India, US, Japan and Australia decided to increase cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region at a time when China is increasing its military dominance in the region.
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Also read: Is there a need to impose lockdown in the country? Learn what the head of the Kovid sub-committee saidAdmiral Philip Scott Davidson, the commander of the US Pacific Command of the US, said that there is a huge possibility of cooperation in the quadrilateral alliance beyond the security pane. Admiral Singh said that there is a ‘natural desire’ for cooperation and coordination for the greater prosperity of most countries in this region. He said that the Indian Pacific region offers ample opportunity for ‘issues-based cooperation’. He said, “Cooperation, as you know, increases mutual harmony.”
‘The oceans connect, they do not divide’
Admiral Singh said that the opportunities for cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region may outweigh the challenges that are being faced. He said, ‘Oceans add, they don’t divide.’ On efforts to expand China’s presence in the Indian Ocean, the Navy Chief said that its energy sources, markets and resources are located in the West.
He said that it is no surprise that China has come to the Indian Ocean region as it is often said. The Indian Navy is increasing its presence in the Indian Ocean to keep a close watch on China’s activities.
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