India Likely to Invite Australia to Join Exercise Malabar 2017

The Indian Navy has clarified that no final decision has been made by the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to exclude Australia from the upcoming tri-nation Exercise Malabar naval drill.

Media reports since late may claim India rejected Australia’s request to participate in Asia’s largest multinational naval wargame — Exercise Malabar — out of fear of distressing China. The three participating navies are the Indian Navy; the U.S. Navy and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force. Read More…



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