AUKUS, a security pact between Australia, UK and US, has been formed to provide security in the Indo-Pacific region. The agreement includes sharing of information, technology and hardware, with Australia focusing on nuclear-powered submarines. This has led to tensions with China, with whom Australia has a strained relationship. The pact will be reviewed every three years with the first review scheduled in 2023.
The meeting notes discuss several topics, including:
– A meeting held on March 23rd, 2021 to discuss a topic related to “PLA”.
– A new security partnership called “AUKUS” between Australia, UK, and US was announced on September 15th, 2021.
– Some details about the partnership, including a shared focus on nuclear-powered submarines and other security measures.
– Plans for the partnership to expand in the future.
– A statement made in 2020 by someone about the need for increased security measures in the Asia-Pacific region.
Overall, the main takeaway from these meeting notes is that there is a new security partnership between three countries focused on nuclear-powered submarines and other security measures. The partnership was announced on September 15th, 2021 and plans to expand in the future. The meeting also includes details about a past meeting related to “PLA” and a statement made in 2020 about the need for increased security measures in the Asia-Pacific region.