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QUAD all set to launch Maritime Initiative to track 'dark shipping' in Indo-Pacific | OneIndia News

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QUAD all set to launch Maritime Initiative to track 'dark shipping' in Indo-Pacific | OneIndia News

QUAD all set to launch Maritime Initiative to track 'dark shipping' in Indo-Pacific | OneIndia News

Leaders of the QUAD member nations are in Tokyo for the summit and among the many decisions taken at the Tokyo Summit, the leaders have agreed to launch a maritime security initiative.

This initiative is expected to allow the member countries to monitor illegal fishing, track "dark shipping" and other tactical-level activities in the Indo-Pacific region.

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