Leaders of Quad countries will meet again at the end of the year

This time the discussion will be face to face

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Washington: After the first top level meeting of the Quad countries, now America, Japan, Australia and India will meet again this year and this time this meeting will be offline, not online. US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has given this information during a press briefing at the White House. He said that in the meeting held on Friday, US President Joe Biden, Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihide Soga and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also discussed the challenges faced by China.

‘Will work on technology’
Saliwan said the four leaders agreed that they would meet by the end of the year and launched a working group for technologies such as 5G, Artificial Intelligence and Cyber. By the time all the leaders meet, these groups will also start giving results. He said that the quad is important for the Indo-Pacific and this summit has led to a wide expansion of diplomacy in the region.
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Sullivan said that with the help of Indian production, American technology, Japanese and American financing and the logistics capacity of Australia, 1 billion doses of the Corona vaccine could be delivered by the end of next year at ASEAN, Indo-Pacific.


Committed to the Indo-Pacific
At the first summit of the Quad Group, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “We are united for our democratic values ​​and our commitment to a free and inclusive Indo-Pacific region.” The Prime Minister said, “Today our agenda includes vaccines, climate change, and Sectors such as emerging technology are included, which make ‘quad’ a force of global well-being. ‘