US President Joe Biden said on Friday that the ‘Quad’ is going to be an important platform for cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region. The ‘Quad’ is actually a group of four countries – India, Japan, Australia and America and since its inception in 2007, representatives of these four member countries have been meeting from time to time. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders of member countries have participated in this conference.
Addressing the inaugural session of the summit, Joe Biden said on Friday that the ‘quad’ has emerged as a new mechanism to enhance cooperation. “We know our commitments,” he said in a clear reference to China. Our region is governed by international law, we are all committed to universal values and free from any pressure but I am optimistic about our possibility. ”
“The quad is going to be an important area in the Indo-Pacific region and I look forward to working with you all in the coming years,” Biden said. Biden told Prime Minister Modi, “See you It was very nice doing it. ”
Prime Minister of Australia Morrison and Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihide Suga are also attending this conference being held digitally. Officials said these four countries plan to establish a series of working groups that will focus on climate change, critical and emerging technologies.
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