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Readout of Secretary Hagel's Meeting With Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott

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June 14, 2014

Readout of Secretary Hagel's Meeting With Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott

Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby provided the following readout:

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel welcomed Prime Minister Tony Abbott this morning at the Pentagon with a full honors ceremony followed by a productive discussion on future defense cooperation between the United States and Australia. Prime Minister Abbott conveyed his deep commitment to the U.S.-Australia alliance.

Secretary Hagel expressed appreciation for Australia's past and ongoing contributions to Afghanistan and congratulated Prime Minister Abbott on the force posture agreement that he and President Obama announced yesterday, noting that the 25-year agreement will provide an enduring framework for the initiatives that our governments embarked upon in November 2011. The agreement is a significant milestone in the U.S.-Australia alliance and will serve as a foundation for the growth of the current U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Air Force rotational presence and activities, as well as future initiatives that the United States and Australia pursue. The secretary and Prime Minister Abbott agreed that the alliance will continue to be an anchor of stability and peace in the Asia-Pacific as we respond jointly to shared challenges in the region. To that end, the secretary and prime minister discussed expanding our bilateral cooperation on ballistic missile defense while also working trilaterally with Japan on Australia's submarine program. Secretary Hagel is looking forward to exploring these topics further at the Australia-United States Ministerial Consultation (AUSMIN) later this year.

 

Before meeting with the secretary today, Prime Minister Abbott paid his respects at Arlington National Cemetery.

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