Maharashtra: Queen Elizabeth aircraft reached the sea of Mumbai, Britain said - inclined towards the Indo-Pacific region
The British Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has arrived at the Sea of Mumbai for an exercise with India. The security wheel has been cordoned off after its arrival. In a major statement on the exercise, British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said that the exercise will further strengthen relations between the two countries. He also said that such efforts reflect the inclination in the Indo-Pacific region. The British Foreign Secretary, who arrived in Mumbai, said his visit is aimed at building strong security and defense ties with India, the world's largest democracy, as an important part of Britain's Indo-Pacific strategy. Truss said the close defense and security partnership between the UK and India strengthens deep economic ties and secures both countries as well as the wider region.
Strict steps to be taken to protect the Indo-Pacific region: British Foreign Secretary
We need to protect our maritime and trade routes and conduct a position of strength," the British Foreign Secretary said. Even more drastic steps have to be taken to protect your interests and challenge unfair practices. The arrival of the Career Strike Group in India represents a tilt in the INDo-Pacific region of the UK.
First tri-service exercise between India and UK
Tell us that a number of high-level visits and exercises are currently being conducted between the armies of the two countries. The British CDS, Army, and Navy chiefs are in India and the British Army is conducting exercises at different places. Practice Konkan Shakti is the first tri-service exercise between India and the UK.