US and China maritime defence talks to resume after blame game stalled 2020 session

US-China maritime security talks, stalled last year amid mutual accusations of sabotage, are set to resume, with three days of virtual meetings starting on Tuesday.The annual Military Maritime Consultative Agreement working group and flag officer session will feature representatives from the US Indo-Pacific Command, Pacific Fleet, and Pacific Air Forces, while People’s Liberation Army naval and air force officers will make up the Chinese delegation.“The US remains fully committed to its allies…

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