source: Federal Times

Washington, Mar 10: The maiden QUAD summit, involving leaders from Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, will discuss a variety of global issues ranging from COVID-19 challenge, economic crisis, and climate change, the White House said Tuesday.

“That President Biden has made this one of his earliest multilateral engagements speaks to the importance we place on close cooperation with our allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at her daily news conference.

Washington, Mar 10: The maiden QUAD summit, involving leaders from Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, will discuss a variety of global issues ranging from COVID-19 challenge, economic crisis, and climate change, the White House said Tuesday.

“That President Biden has made this one of his earliest multilateral engagements speaks to the importance we place on close cooperation with our allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at her daily news conference.

“A range of issues, course, we expect to be discussed, I should say, facing the global community from the threat of COVID to economic cooperation and, of course, to the climate crisis,” she said.

The State Department spokesperson refrained from answering questions on South Korea joining Quad.

“A range of issues, course, we expect to be discussed, I should say, facing the global community from the threat of COVID to economic cooperation and, of course, to the climate crisis,” she said.

The State Department spokesperson refrained from answering questions on South Korea joining Quad.

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