“We had deep and serious concerns that the capabilities of French submarines would not meet our strategic aspirations,” Morrison said about his country’s withdrawal from the $65 billion agreement with France and the conclusion of another triumvirate with America and Britain to purchase nuclear submarines.
The Australian Prime Minister added: “Australia’s national interests come first, they must be first and have been first, and Australia’s interests are met by the tripartite agreement I reached with President Biden and Prime Minister Johnson.”
Morrison continued, “This is what serves Australia’s national interests in the long term, so I believe that we can contribute to strengthening peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region,” he said.
And about France recalling its ambassadors from Canberra and Washington, the Australian Prime Minister said: “Of course, we are disappointed with the steps to recall the ambassador, but we understand and respect them,” he said.
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