US, Australia a ‘united front’ in Pacific – US Vice President Biden
U.S and Australian troops plan to step up training so they are “fully prepared” to answer challenges in the Pacific, US Vice President Joe Biden said this week amid rising tensions over Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea.
Speaking in Sydney after meeting Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Biden said the two nations were a “genuine brotherhood” committed to “making sure the sea lanes are open and the skies are free for navigation”. We’re sorry. You don't have permission to access this page. Please sign up to have full access to this page.