Indian, US and Japanese warships in a 2015 exercise. The Australian navy is set to join in the next round. Photo: AFPIndian, US and Japanese warships in a 2015 exercise. The Australian navy is set to join in the next round. Photo: AFP
Indian, US and Japanese warships in a 2015 exercise. The Australian navy is set to join in the next round. Photo: AFP

India set to invite Australia to join Malabar naval exercises

  • Military sources say offer to join Japan and America in four-way drill is logical next step after the two countries agreed to improve cooperation last month
  • New Delhi has moved to strengthen relations with Asia-Pacific nations as its relationship with China deteriorates

Topic |   China-India relations
Indian, US and Japanese warships in a 2015 exercise. The Australian navy is set to join in the next round. Photo: AFPIndian, US and Japanese warships in a 2015 exercise. The Australian navy is set to join in the next round. Photo: AFP
Indian, US and Japanese warships in a 2015 exercise. The Australian navy is set to join in the next round. Photo: AFP
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