The 65,000-ton British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth gets an assist from a tugboat into Portsmouth Harbou, southern England. Photo: AFP The 65,000-ton British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth gets an assist from a tugboat into Portsmouth Harbou, southern England. Photo: AFP
The 65,000-ton British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth gets an assist from a tugboat into Portsmouth Harbou, southern England. Photo: AFP
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Japan and Britain schedule security talks, aiming to counter China in Indo-Pacific

  • The two countries are expected to discuss a plan for Britain to send an aircraft carrier strike group, centred on the warship Queen Elizabeth, to the area
  • Japanese and British ministers will send a ‘clear message’ at the February talks that maintaining a free and open maritime order is vital, sources said

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The 65,000-ton British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth gets an assist from a tugboat into Portsmouth Harbou, southern England. Photo: AFP The 65,000-ton British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth gets an assist from a tugboat into Portsmouth Harbou, southern England. Photo: AFP
The 65,000-ton British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth gets an assist from a tugboat into Portsmouth Harbou, southern England. Photo: AFP
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