Quad Leaders Summit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a three-nation tour from Friday till May 24. On the first day he reached Hiroshima, Japan. Here he met the Indians. Took selfies with children and also talked to people. During this, NRIs raised slogans in support of the country and PM Modi. PM Modi will participate in the third individual Quad Summit in Hiroshima on Saturday with US President Joe Biden, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Japan’s Fumio Kishida.
Earlier the Quad Summit was to be held in Australia, but due to the cancellation of the US President’s visit, this meeting is being held in Hiroshima.
#WATCH Japan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaches Hotel Sheraton in Hiroshima and meets the Indian community present there. #G7Summit pic.twitter.com/oRk7Yj6CyX
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How was the script for the Quad Summit in Hiroshima made?
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the Quad leaders agreed they would hold their meeting in Hiroshima after President Biden’s visit to Australia was postponed. President Biden thanked Prime Minister Albanese, as well as the Prime Ministers of Japan and India, for agreeing. The preparations for the quad have been completed. Officials have said that the Quad is not about democratic forces ganging up against Beijing, but about mutual economic, technological and security cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.
PM Modi and Biden will meet at the G-7 summit
US President Biden and PM Modi will meet on the occasion of G-7 summit. Both India and the US along with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates will announce a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on regional integration of the Middle East with road and rail infrastructure as an alternative to China’s Belt Road Initiative (BRI).
Shinzo Abe was the father of the quad
Please tell that the full name of Quad is Quadrilateral Security Dialogue. This is called Chaturbhuj Suraksha Samvad in Hindi. Australia, India, Japan and the United States are its members. It was first held in 2007 by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, along with Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US Vice President Dick Cheney.
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