Amid threats from China, 'Quad' head of states to hold first-ever meet | What to expect

Amid threats from China, 'Quad' head of states to hold first-ever meet | What to expect

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New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Amid growing threats from China in the Indo-Pacific region, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday confirmed that leaders of Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) members -- Australia, Japan, India and United States of America -- will hold its first meeting this month.

Morrison said that he had discussions about its with PM Modi, President Joe Biden and Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga in recent conversations, adding that Quad is very central to the US and is "key to building stability and peace in the Indo-Pacific".

"This will become a feature of Indo-Pacific engagement but it's not going to be a big bureaucracy with a big secretariat and those sort of things.

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