WASHINGTON – The United States and Japan plan to hold a meeting of coast guard commanders with Australia and the Philippines as part of their efforts to forge a unified front against China’s maritime activities, according to diplomatic sources.
The four-way meeting of top coast guard officers, the first of its kind, is expected to discuss a future framework for working together to enhance maritime security, including cooperating in equipment procurement and holding joint drills, the sources said Monday.
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