America, Japan (photo credit: Pixabay / Wikimedia Commons)
Washington, April 17: US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihida Suga aimed at strengthening the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) for the creation of an independent, free, accessible and prosperous Indo-Pacific region. Have pledged to work together. The two leaders also discussed the impact of China’s steps on peace and prosperity in the region at the White House on Friday. Biden’s first face-to-face meeting with another country’s leader as US President on Friday also discussed climate change, the fight against the Corona virus epidemic, and North Korea.
The two leaders said in a joint statement after the meeting, “We work together with our partners and partners, including India and Australia, through the” Quad “to build an independent, free, accessible, diverse and prosperous Indo-Pacific. Will continue. “India, America, Japan and Australia are members of the Quad. ALSO READ: America: Police Shoots Out Shooters Outside Airports in America
Both leaders said that they support the unity of ASEAN and the ASEAN approach in the Indian Pacific. In a joint statement, the “US-Japan Global Partnership for a New Era” was announced. It states that the United States and Japan are renewing the coalition that is the basis of peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region and around the world.