20 Apr 2022

US Among 4 Other Countries Expresses Concerns About A Proposed Security Framework

Latest reports have in coming in form the United States of America where officials from the United States, Australia, Japan and New Zealand has expressed concerns about a proposed security framework.

According to the reports this concern about a proposed security framework is going on between the Solomon Islands and China and its "serious risks to a free and open Indo-Pacific."

According to the sources coming in from ANI which has shas per a White House statement, National Security Council Indo-Pacific Coordinator Kurt Campbell and Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Kritenbrink have convened a meeting in Honolulu.

According to the reports this meeting was with US Navy Adm. John C Aquilino, Commander, US Indo-Pacific Command and senior officials from Australia, Japan, and New Zealand on developments in the Pacific Islands on April 18.

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