Japan is set to conduct naval exercises with the US and India in June in the East China Sea.
Japan to conduct naval drills with US, India
The joint naval manoeuvres are aimed at strengthening the interoperability of the three countries in maritime security and underline the presence of the allies in the region in the face of expanding Chinese activities, a Japanese government source told state-run Kyodo news agency on Monday.
The Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (MSDF) will join, for the third straight year, the “Malabar Exercise” which India and the US carried out for the first time in 1992.
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