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Japan: PM Modi attended the meeting of Quad countries, said - will be happy to host Quad in 2024

Pankaj Prasad
PM Narendra Modi in Quad meeting
PM Narendra Modi in Quad meeting

During the meeting of the Quad, PM Modi said that this forum will continue to strive towards global good, welfare of people, prosperity and peace.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with the heads of state of the Quad countries in Hiroshima. During this, PM Narendra Modi said, "I am happy to participate in this Quad Summit. The Quad group is an important platform for ensuring peace, stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific. There is no doubt that this Indo The Pacific is the engine of trade, innovation and growth."

PM Modi said – Quad's platform will continue efforts for global well-being and prosperity and peace

During the meeting of the Quad, PM Modi said that the forum will continue to strive towards global good, welfare of people, prosperity and peace. "We will be happy to host the Quad summit in India in 2024," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the Quad meeting in Hiroshima, Japan. Quad leader PM Narendra Modi, US President Joe Biden, Australian PM Anthony Albanese and Japanese PM Fumio Kishida pose for a picture ahead of the Quad meeting.


Australia's PM Albanese said - I am happy to be among friends

"I am pleased to be among close friends again. Standing together for an open, stable, secure and prosperous Indo-Pacific region," said Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese during the Quad countries' meeting in Hiroshima. A region where Sovereignty is respected and all countries, large and small, benefit from regional balance."

Host Fumio Kishid said – We will also listen to the voice of ASEAN, South Asian and Pacific region countries

During the meeting of the Quad countries, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida said that we will listen to the voice of regional countries of ASEAN, South Asia and Pacific region to engage in practical cooperation.


The US President said – Quad has made a lot of progress in the last two years

During the meeting, US President Joe Biden said that I think 20-30 years from now, when people look at the Quad, they will say that it is a driver of change in the whole world. In my view, we have made tremendous progress in the last two years.