US President Joe Biden to meet PM Narendra Modi at Quad summit in Japan next month : White House

US President Joe Biden will head out to South Korea and Japan one month from now and go to the Quad culmination in Tokyo, during which he will likewise meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the White House has said.

Biden’s outing to South Korea and Japan has been booked from May 20 to 24.

“This outing will propel the Biden-Harris organization’s unshakable obligation to a free and open Indo-Pacific,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki expressed here on Wednesday.

Biden will likewise hold reciprocal gatherings with South Korea President Yoon Suk Yeol and Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan.

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“The pioneers will examine potential chances to develop our crucial security connections, upgrade financial binds and grow our nearby collaboration to convey useful outcomes.

“In Tokyo, President Biden will likewise meet the heads of the Quad gathering of Australia, Japan, India and the United States. We anticipate having further subtleties to share about this outing soon,” Psaki said.

In November 2017, the US, Australia, India and Japan gave shape to the long-forthcoming proposition of setting up the Quad to foster another technique to keep the basic ocean courses in the Indo-Pacific liberated from any impact, in the midst of China’s developing military presence in the essential district.

The Quad chiefs, at their first-in-person culmination in Washington in September last year facilitated by US President Biden, had swore to guarantee a “free and open” Indo-Pacific, which is too “comprehensive and tough”, as they noticed that the decisively fundamental locale, seeing China’s developing military moving, is a bedrock of their common security and success. PTI

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