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India and Japan have signed a military alliance to protect each other’s interests against China’s aggressive moves in the region in recent years. China’s new “wolf warrior” policy is backfiring on them, as the friendly mask is being removed and the CCP’s real character is being exposed.
The date of this event, falling on a major watch day, gives it added significance.
WW3: India and Japan sign military alliance against China as world braces for war
India and Japan have agreed a new military pact as both countries struggle to contain the threat of China, sparking fears of open conflict.
The two countries signed a reciprocal military logistics pact meaning their respective armed forces will provide each other with logistical support. New Delhi has been seeking to strengthen its regional alliances as tensions with Beijing escalate….
India has already signed similar agreements with the United States, Australia, France, South Korea and Singapore….
According to an Indian defence official, speaking to the Times of India, it is also seeking comparable arrangements with Britain and Russia.