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LONDON, Aug 4 — Britain has been granted ‘dialogue partner’ status by the Association of South-east Asian Nations, a joint communique issued by the group said.
“We agreed to accord the United Kingdom the status of Dialogue Partner of Asean in view of its individual relationship with Asean as well as its past cooperation and engagement with Asean when it was a member of the European Union,” the communique said.
Asean members are: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Becoming a dialogue partner gives Britain high-level access to Asean summits. The government hopes it will also spur deeper practical cooperation on issues like climate change and regional stability.
Britain has been seeking the status as part of its post-Brexit policy shift to focus diplomatic and trade towards Asia and the Indo-Pacific and away from the European Union. — Reuters
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