Prime Minister Modi and the Quartet leaders attend the main summit -by Ecork

Quad Meet LIVE Updates: PM Modi has arrived in Tokyo at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

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The fourth quadripartite summit is expected to focus on the various initiatives launched by the four-nation group, which includes the United States, India, Japan and Australia, and discuss developments in the Indo-Pacific region.

The summit is the fourth interaction of the Quartet leaders since their first virtual meeting in March 2021, the in-person summit in the United States in September 2021 and the virtual meeting in March 2022.

Prime Minister Modi, who left for Japan on Sunday for the meeting at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, will hold bilateral meetings with his Japanese counterpart and US President Joe Biden on the sidelines of the summit today.

Prime Minister Modi is also likely to hold a bilateral meeting with newly elected Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.

“The Quartet Summit provides an opportunity for leaders to exchange views on developments in the Indo-Pacific region and contemporary global issues of common interest,” said Foreign Affairs Ministry spokeswoman Arindam Bagshi.

Here are the live updates on the four-way meeting in Japan:

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Quartet leaders are set to discuss ways to enhance cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region

Laying a long-term strategic foundation for further entrenching cooperation for a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific and delving into the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is expected to be the central focus of the Quartet leaders’ second personal summit in Tokyo on Tuesday.

Leaders of the Quartet, which includes India, the United States, Australia and Japan, are set to demonstrate that the gathering is a “force for the global good” and has a unified commitment to a rules-based international order amid China’s growing intimidation behavior.

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