The United States will build a base for its nuclear bombers in Australia
The United States will build a base in Australia for six of its B-52 strategic bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons.
Australia refuses to ban Russian tourists from entering
Defense Minister Marles: Australia will not ban Russian tourists from entering.
Japan asks Australia to increase LNG supplies after Russia's decisions on Sakhalin-2
The Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of the country, Koichi Hagiuda, said that the latest decisions of the Russian Federation regarding the Sakhalin-2 gas project, which provides about 9% of Japan's needs, "will not lead to an immediate cessation of supplies"
French President Macron said he wants to settle relations with Australia
The French President urged to focus on the future, and not remember the scandal with the submarines. In 2021, Australia decided to abandon the submarines and replace them with American ones. Then a new bloc was created with the USA and Britain - AUKUS.
Australia to pay Naval Group compensation for breaking submarine contract
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said that the Australian government will pay the French shipbuilder Naval Group compensation in the amount of 555 million euros for breaking the contract for the construction of submarines.
China urges Australia to stop provocations in the South China Sea
China is urging Canberra to stop dangerous provocations after intercepting an Australian military aircraft in the airspace in the South China Sea, Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Tan Kefei said on Tuesday.
The Japanese refused to become America's shield against Russia and China
Readers of the Japanese newspaper Sankei Shimbun opposed the country's accession to the AUKUS bloc created by the US, Britain and Australia.
The US Congress called Biden's behavior a disgrace and called for impeachment
Member of the US House of Representatives Marjorie Taylor Green was outraged by the strange behavior of US President Joe Biden after a speech about infrastructure reform.
Australia imposed sanctions against Gazprom, Transneft and Russian Railways
The Australian authorities have included 13 Russian legal entities in the sanctions list, follows from a document published on the government website.
Australian PM sets date for parliamentary elections
The Australian federal election will take place on 21 May. This was reported by The Age newspaper on Sunday, citing a statement by Prime Minister Scott Morrison following his meeting with Governor General David Hurley.
Russia has imposed sanctions against the leadership of Australia and New Zealand
The Foreign Ministry said that the authorities of the countries support the actions to contain Russia and the "Russophobic course." Moscow banned 228 Australians and 130 New Zealanders from entering in response to "unfriendly" actions.
Australia to allocate another $19.8 million in military aid to Ukraine
Australia will provide further military assistance to Ukraine in the amount of 26.5 million Australian dollars (approximately $19.8 million). This is stated in a statement released on Friday by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
AUKUS members will cooperate on hypersonic weapons and defenses
The US-UK-Australia Defense Partnership statement noted that AUKUS remains "unwaveringly committed to an international system that respects human rights"
Australia to send Bushmaster armored personnel carriers to Ukraine
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the country will send locally produced Bushmaster armored personnel carriers to Ukraine. His words are broadcast on March 31 by the Australian radio ABC.
US announces Australia's renunciation of nuclear weapons under AUKUS
According to the US Ambassador to the UN, the supply of nuclear submarines to Australia does not violate the main agreements in the field of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and Australia itself is "not trying" to get weapons of this kind.
Australia will impose additional duties on the import of all goods from Russia
From April 25, Australia will introduce additional duties of 35% on the import of all goods from the Russian Federation and Belarus into the country, follows from the message of the Australian government.