Senior officials of India, France and Australia held a trilateral meeting yesterday for furthering cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region. In a statement, the Ministry of External Affairs said, the three sides took stock of the progress made on the outcomes of the Foreign Secretary level Trilateral Dialogue held in September last year. 

The areas of cooperation included Maritime Security, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief, Blue Economy, Protection of Marine Global Commons, amongst others. They also discussed the next steps to be taken for furthering trilateral cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.
The Indian side was led by Sandeep Chakravorty, Joint Secretary, Europe West, while the French side was led by Bertrand Lortholary, Director Asia and Oceania. The Australian side was led by Gary Cowan, First Assistant Secretary, North and South Asia Division and John Geering, First Assistant Secretary, Europe and Latin America Division.

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