UK And Australia Team Up To Encourage – Clean, Reliable And Transparent Infrastructure Investment In The Indo-Pacific



Marise Payne | Minister for Foreign Affairs

Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Foreign Secretary Liz Truss have agreed to closer cooperation to offer clean, reliable and transparent finance for investment in infrastructure that meets the needs and priorities of our Indo-Pacific partners.

The new agreement will deepen Australia’s and the UK’s cooperation on infrastructure investment across the Indo-Pacific, setting the scope for joint and complementary financing and technical assistance for high-standard development projects such as disaster resilient and climate adapted infrastructure.

Truss and Payne signed the Memorandum of Understanding today, during Truss’s visit to Australia for AUKMIN and after a roundtable with private investors in Sydney.

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