Quad nations agree to hold next summit in Australia in 2023


The QUAD member countries have agreed to hold the next individual summit in Australia in 2023. This information was given in a joint statement of the QUAD leaders on Tuesday. The QUAD Summit held on Tuesday was hosted by Japan in Tokyo.

The summit was an opportunity for the leaders to exchange views about the development of the Indo-Pacific region and contemporary global issues of mutual interest. The Quad Summit launched a new initiative for continued cooperation in the maritime sector, space, climate change, health and cyber security.

QUAD nations pledge to face mutual challenges

During the QUAD Summit, member states pledged to meet challenges to ensure a rules-based maritime order, including in the East and South China Seas, and strongly oppose any coercive, provocative or unilateral action that seeks to change the status quo .

The QUAD members issued a joint statement saying, “We will abide by international law. We strongly oppose any coercive, provocative or unilateral actions that seek to change the status quo and increase tension in the region.”

Great honor to meet PM Modi: Prime Minister of Australia

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese held a bilateral meeting in Tokyo. 

During this, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said, “our relationship with India is very important and it was a great honor to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”

During this, Prime Minister Modi also congratulated Australian PM Anthony Albanese for winning the election. PM Modi said that your presence among us 24 hours after taking oath shows the strength of Quad friendship and your commitment towards it.


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