Indonesia, Britain agree to deepen security, trade partnership ahead of warship’s visit to Indo-Pacific



Indonesia and Britain have agreed to deepen security, defence and trade ties, British foreign secretary Dominic Raab said in Jakarta on Wednesday, as he highlighted a deployment of naval vessels to the Indo-Pacific later this year as a demonstration of its commitment to its regional partners.“We’re preparing for the [British Royal Navy] Carrier Strike Group’s visit here to the region later in this year. That is an important moment for us to strengthen areas of collaboration,” Raab said during a…



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