Rules-based order needed in region: Australia | India News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: India and Australia seek a region where an international rules-based order prevails, and no dominant power dictates outcomes for others, Australian foreign minister Marise Payne said here on the eve of the inaugural 2+2 talks. She said India and Australia share a vision of the Indo-Pacific that is “open, inclusive and resilient” and where states address and resolve differences through rules-based norms.
She described the important regional challenges as climate change, transnational crime, threat of terrorism, cyber and critical technology challenges and emerging threats to security including “dangerous disinformation” which needed to be tackled by countries with trusted relationships.

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