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‘Quad’ a ‘force for good’ – PM Modi

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Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, U.S. President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Quad leader’s summit in Tokyo.

The Tokyo Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) went well on May 24. The summit, which was the second in-person meeting among the leaders of Quad in less than a year, discussions took place on a wide array of issues, including increasing cooperation in Asia as well as responding to Russia-Ukraine war.

The event witnessed the launch of several initiatives including a maritime project that will allow tracking of “dark shipping” across the Indo-Pacific region.

“Our confidence and determination are strengthening the democratic forces. Our cooperation at the level of Quad is aimed at an inclusive Indo-Pacific region. We increased cooperation during the COVID-19 regarding vaccine delivery, climate action, supply chain resilience, disaster response,” said Modi.

“Our confidence and determination are strengthening the democratic forces. Our cooperation at the level of Quad is aimed at an inclusive Indo-Pacific region. We increased cooperation during the COVID-19 regarding vaccine delivery, climate action, supply chain resilience, disaster response,” said Modi.

The summit among the leaders of Australia, India, Japan and the United States took place exactly three months after Russia launched the invasion of Ukraine which has sent shockwaves across the geopolitical system affecting energy, and food markets.

A Joint Statement issued after the meeting addressed the concerns arising out of the crisis and said the member countries “discussed — respective responses to the conflict in Ukraine and the ongoing tragic humanitarian crisis and assessed its implications for the Indo-Pacific”.

Apart from the Ukraine crisis, the leaders also took note of the post-coup crackdown in Myanmar called for the release of “all political detainees, including foreigners” and called for “swift restoration of democracy”. In this regard, they welcomed the role of the Special Envoy of the ASEAN Chair.

“Quad has adopted a constructive agenda for the Indo-Pacific region. This will further enhance Quad’s image as a Force for Good,” said PM Modi.

Modi congratulated the newly elected Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese who flew to Tokyo a day after defeating incumbent PM Scott Morrison. The leaders of Australia, India, Japan and the United States met in person for the second time.

(www.ommcomnews.com)

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