Indo-Pacific Military Leaders Gather in Sydney to Join Forces Against CCP Threat

Defense Chiefs from 26 countries across the Indo-Pacific region met this week in Sydney, aimed at strengthening cooperation and confronting the challenge from Communist China.

Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the three-day military leaders’ meeting focused on discussing the overall situation with the rise of Communist China, maintaining a free and open Pacific, and ensuring a peaceful and stable Indo-Pacific. Milley emphasized that interceptions of the United States and its allied aircraft by the CCP in the Pacific region have increased significantly over the past five years, saying Beijing‘s behavior is more confrontationally than it was 5 to 15 years ago.

At a news conference yesterday, Milley said the defense chiefs discussed how they can have more collaboration to make their militaries more interoperable, including advanced technology, as well as military exercises.

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