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PM Modi, Biden Attend Quad Summit In Tokyo

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Quad Meet LIVE Updates: PM Modi arrived in Tokyo on the invitation of Japanese PM Fumio Kishida.

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The Quad Leaders’ Summit is predicted to give attention to varied initiatives launched by the four-nation grouping which incorporates US, India, Japan and Australia and talk about developments within the Indo-Pacific area.

The summit is the fourth interplay of Quad Leaders since their first digital assembly in March 2021, in-person summit in US in September 2021 and digital assembly in March 2022.

PM Modi, who left for Japan on Sunday to attend the assembly on the invitation of Japan premier Fumio Kishida, may even maintain bilateral conferences together with his Japanese counterpart and US President Joe Biden on the margins of the summit at this time.

PM Modi can also be more likely to maintain a bilateral assembly with newly-elected Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.

“The Quad summit provides an opportunity for the leaders to exchange views about developments in the Indo-Pacific region and contemporary global issues of mutual interest,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi mentioned.

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Quad leaders set to debate methods to additional solidify cooperation in Indo-Pacific

 Laying a long-term strategic groundwork to additional solidify cooperation for a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific and delving into the implications of the Russian invasion of Ukraine are anticipated to be the central focus of the second in-person summit of Quad leaders in Tokyo on Tuesday.

The leaders of the Quad comprising India, the United States, Australia and Japan are set to display that the grouping is a “force for global good” and has a unifying dedication to a rules-based worldwide order amid China’s more and more intimidatory behaviour.

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