Indonesia and Australia extend their defence treaty and negotiate security accords.

Indonesia and Australia renewed a bilateral defence contract and agreed to strengthen training connections as part of a number of agreements reached during a meeting of both countries’ ministers on Thursday, according to Indonesian government ministers.

Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said following a meeting with counterpart Marise Payne that memorandums of understanding (MOU) agreements in counter-terrorism, defence, and cybersecurity had been inked, while Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto stated collaborative defence training links will be strengthened.

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