The ADF supports military personnel in the Australian region through the Defence Cooperation Program. As part of this program, the ADF supports training, infrastructure, equipment and logistics and participates in joint exercises with countries in Southeast Asia and Oceania. The Pacific Patrol Boat Program is the largest activity in the defence program and supports 22 Pacific-class patrol boats operated by 12 Countries in the South Pacific. Other important activities include supporting the development of the Timor-Leste Defence Forces and Papua New Guinea`s Defence Forces, as well as supplying boats to Philippine forces.  Australia also contributes directly to the defence of Pacific countries by regularly making warships and aircraft to patrol their territorial waters; this includes the annual deployment of RAAF AP-3 Orions to the region as part of a multinational maritime surveillance operation.   As part of an informal agreement, Australia is responsible for the defence of Nauru.  The Australian Defence Force cooperates with military personnel around the world. Australia`s formal military agreements include the U.S. AGENCE ALLIANCE, the Closing Defence Program with New Zealand, Five Power Defence`s arrangements with Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and the ABCA Armies standardization program with the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand.   Australia has also partnered with NATO.  ADF`s activities under these agreements include participation in joint planning, information exchange, personnel exchange, equipment standardization programs and joint exercises. Australia is also a member of ukUSA reported the intelligence agreement.  ADF members are sent as defence attachés to Australian diplomatic representations around the world; in 2016, the role of these officers was expanded to promote export sales for the Australian defence industry.  The 2016 Defence White Paper indicates that the government will work to strengthen the ADF`s international engagement.  The ADF is only equipped with conventional weapons. Australia does not possess weapons of mass destruction and has ratified the Biological Weapons Convention, the Chemical Weapons Convention and the Non-Proliferation Treaty.  Australia is also a party to international agreements banning landmines and cluster munitions.  ADF authorizes the transmission of unsolicited information about legal services via its website, but filing a request for legal assistance or providing information that may relate to a legal issue does not create a relationship between the lawyer and the client, nor does it require ADF to establish or examine a relationship between the lawyer and the client.