Us President Joe Biden will take part in the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Hiroshima, Japan from 19–21 May. The third in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit will take place in Sydney, Australia, on 24 May and will be attended by Prime Ministers Kishida Fumio of Japan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia, according to a press release from the White House.
On 19–21 May, US Vice President Joe Biden will take part in the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Hiroshima, Japan. According to the press release, the President and G7 leaders will talk about a variety of urgent global issues, including the G7’s unwavering support for Ukraine, addressing the simultaneous food and climate crises, ensuring inclusive and resilient economic growth, and continuing to lead a clean energy transition both domestically and for our international partners. The third in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit, which is being hosted by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and will be attended by President Biden, Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, will take place in Sydney, Australia, on May 24. The leaders of the Quad will talk about ways to strengthen their collaboration on crucial and emerging technologies, top-notch infrastructure, global health, climate change, maritime domain awareness, and other issues important to Indo-Pacific citizens.
The Quad Leaders’ Summit will take place in Sydney, Australia, on May 24, according to a tweet from Prime Minister Anthony Albanese earlier on Wednesday.
Anthony Albanese tweeted, “I’m happy to announce that Australia will host the Quad Leaders’ Summit for the first time on May 24 in Sydney.
In May, Prime Minister Modi will visit Australia to attend the Quad leadership meeting.
In March, during the latter’s four-day visit to India, Prime Minister Modi and his Australian counterpart had a joint press conference at which they announced the announcement.
Australia and India are both Quad members. I appreciate PM Albanese’s invitation to visit Australia in May for the Quad Leaders’ Summit. For the G20 conference in September, I have invited him to India,” PM Modi had earlier stated.
The leaders of the Quad group will next gather in Australia after previously meeting four times. Due to its strong interest in sustainable and equitable economic growth and growing ties between Quad members and non-Quad members, the group’s significance in the area has grown.
India, Japan, the United States, and Australia are all members of the Quad, a strategic forum. Its main goal is to create a new plan of action to maintain the independence of the vital marine lanes in the Indo-Pacific.