Updated on November 24, 2021 at 4:58 pm
- Furious over the failed submarine deal with Australia, France is changing the ports in terms of military policy, but it is still geographically in the region.
- It relates to positioning in the Indo-Pacific region.
After disappointment over a broken submarine deal Australia Seeks France Affinity with Indonesia. Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian signed an “Action Plan for a Stronger Partnership” with his Indonesian colleague Retno Marsudi in Jakarta on Wednesday. This includes in particular the defense and navy dialogue, Le Drian told reporters.
Indonesia He has been negotiating with France for several months to buy 36 Rafale aircraft and is also interested in submarines and other weapons. Ago Announcing a new alliance between the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom France is keen to strengthen its relations with Japan, India and other countries in the Indo-Pacific region.
The agreement also extends to health, energy and climate
The new agreement with Indonesia also affects cooperation between the two countries in the areas of health, energy and combating climate change.
The USA, Great Britain and Australia announced an Indo-Pacific alliance in mid-September, which also includes the construction of nuclear submarines for Australia. The fact that Australia canceled an order for twelve French diesel submarines caused an angry backlash in Paris. (AFP/Howe)
The USA and Great Britain establish a Triple Alliance with Great Britain and Australia as a military deterrent in the Indo-Pacific region. Australia will receive nuclear-powered submarines – and at the same time it is breaking its agreement with France. New Zealand has announced that it will deny passage to the relevant submarines. (Trailer Image: Michael B. Watkins/iStock/Gtty Images)