Malabar exercise of ‘Quad’ concludes with clear message for China
The power-packed second phase of the top-notch Malabar naval exercise, with two aircraft carriers, fighter jets and ten other warships from India, the US, Japan and Australia, came to an end in the Arabian Sea on Friday. With an eye firmly on an expansionist and aggressive China, the 24th edition of the Malabar exercise underlined the “commitment” of the participating “Quad” countries to “support a free, open, inclusive Indo-Pacific as well as a rules-based international order”, said officials.
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