Washington, April 26 (Hindustan). Next month, on May 24, US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet in Australia. He will be accompanied by Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the Quad Leaders’ Summit in Sydney.
The Quad is a major strategic forum of four countries, India, Japan, the US and Australia. Its primary objective is to develop effective strategies to keep the vital sea routes in the Indo-Pacific region free from any influence. At the Quad Leaders Summit, the White House has said the leaders of the four countries will discuss how they can deepen their cooperation on critical and emerging technologies, high-quality infrastructure, global health, climate change, maritime domain awareness and other issues. that matter to people in the Indo-Pacific region.
Australia will host the Quad Leaders Summit this time. Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced that Australia will host the Quad Leaders Summit in Sydney on 24 May for the first time. Indian Prime Minister Modi will visit Australia in May to participate in the Quad Leadership Summit. The leaders of the Quad grouping have already met on four occasions. The Group has grown in importance in the region due to the keen interest in sustainable and inclusive economic growth and increased people-to-people contacts between Quad members and non-Quad members.
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