WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 (Reuters) – US President Joe Biden plans to announce a plan to share advanced technologies in a working group with the UK and Australia on Wednesday, Politico reported, in order to push back China.
Biden was due to deliver a national security address at 5 p.m. (2100 GMT), but the White House refused to provide details.
The working group, named AUUKUS, will enable the three countries to share information in areas such as artificial intelligence, cyber, underwater systems and long-range attack capabilities, Politico reported, citing a White House official and a congressional official.
As part of the pact, the US and UK are sharing their knowledge of maintaining nuclear defense infrastructure, one of the unidentified sources said.
Both characterized the plan as a move from …