China takes part in largest Aus maritime drill for 1st time

by International | 09-09-2018 | 10246 views

China is participating in Exercise Kakadu, Australia's largest maritime drill for the first time. More than 3,000 personnel from 27 countries are taking part in the exercise, which is being held off the coast of Darwin in northern Australia. Other nations participating in the drill include India, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, New Zealand and Pakistan. Exercise Kakadu is hosting 23 ships and submarines from across the Indo-Pacific region, enabling them to establish familiarity which helps to prevent conflict on the high seas and to coordinate disaster relief efforts.

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