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Aucus: Australia to soon buy US nuclear-powered submarines, deal worth more than Rs 30 million – Australia and Britain on Monday unveiled a plan to provide Australia with nuclear-powered attack submarinesMEERI News

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Treaty on Nuclear Powered Submarines:Alarmed by China’s misdeeds, countries around the world are vigorously plotting against it. Powers are wary of the Dragon’s interference in trade from the South China Sea to the world, and with that in mind, Australia will get nuclear-powered submarines under the Aucus trilateral security alliance. The leaders of the United States, Australia and Great Britain revealed plans on Monday to deliver nuclear submarines to attack Australia.

Preparing to Stop the Dragon in the Indo-Pacific Region

A major step involving hundreds of billions of dollars in investment aimed at countering China’s ambitions in the Indo-Pacific region. This agreement will definitely appease China, before these three countries announce the AUKUS in 2021 as part of efforts to counter China in the Indo-Pacific region.

Joe Biden said a big thing

Speaking at a ceremony at the US Naval Base in San Diego alongside Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, US President Joe Biden signed the agreement under the 2021 OCUS partnership for a shared commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific region in which two of America’s staunchest and most capable allies.

Under the deal, Australia is expected to buy three US Virginia-class nuclear-powered submarines by 2030, the joint statement said. After the submarine tour of Australia, by 2027, the US will deploy two of its own submarines off the coast of Australia.

The project will be worth more than Rs 30 million

The leaders’ statement said the multi-stage project would culminate in British and Australian production and operation of a new class of submarine. Also, the statement said, a “tripartitely developed” ship based on the UK’s next-generation design under the SSN Aucus to be built in the UK, with Australia and the US undertaking joint technical cooperation. An Australian defense official said the project would cost A$368 billion ($245 billion) by 2055.

China protests

The secret will be the first time Washington has shared nuclear propulsion technology since it did so with Britain in the 1950s. At the same time, China opposes this agreement and condemned the AUCS as an illegal act. America, Australia and Britain together want to put pressure on China. On the other hand, Britain says the Oakes deal will create new jobs and help boost its economy’s low growth rate.


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