Australia and the United Kingdom sign defence agreements in Sydney | 7NEWS

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Australia and the United Kingdom have signed new agreements to strengthen defence and security ties. It follows the first major talks between the two countries since forging the AUKUS alliance. As the Morrison government moves to limit China’s rise in the region.

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