EU foreign ministers will adopt a joint document on the confederation’s Indo-Pacific strategy at a meeting in Brussels today, according to a media report. The strategy aims to address Beijing’s push in the region and covers various issues, Politico reported. Key points included reducing economic dependence on China and the EU’s role in digitizing Southeast Asia, according to the report. The paper also seeks to acknowledge for the first time “the importance of a significant European naval presence in the Indo-Pacific,” the report added.
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