QUAD is a force for global good: PM Modi

Sat 25 Sep 2021, 10:16:34
Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said, QUAD is a force for global good and the discussions with Quad leaders were extensive and productive.

In his opening statement at the Quad summit held in Washington, he said the four nations met for the first time after 2004 Tsunami to help the Indo-Pacific region and today, when the world is combating COVID-19 pandemic, Quad countries have come together once again for the welfare of humanity.

US President Joe Biden said, US vaccine initiative is on track to produce an additional 1 billion doses of vaccine in India to boost global supply. Welcoming Prime Minister Modi, Prime Minister Morrison and Prime Minister Suga to White House for Quad's in person meeting, Mr Biden said this group has democratic partners who share world view and have common vision for future. He said this group is coming together to face key challenges of the recent times.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said, Quad is about demonstrating how democracies such as four nations can get things done. In his opening statement at the QUAD summit, Mr Morrison said, there is no part of the world that is more dynamic than Indo-pacific at this time.

Japanese Prime Minister Suga said, the Quad nations cherish their shared values. He pointed out whether its regional issues or COVID, QUAD has addressed many of them. Mr Suga said, till date, Quad has given its absolute cooperation in big sectors. 
US President Joe Biden has said that it was an honor for him to host the Prime Ministers of Australia, India, and Japan for the first-ever in-person Quad Leaders Summit. In a Tweet, he said that the leaders share a common vision for the future, and they’re coming together to meet the key challenges of the 21st century.  

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