Quad Ambassadors Meet in Beijing to Discuss Indo-Pacific Future

Ambassadors from the Quad nations—India, the US, Japan, and Australia—met in Beijing to discuss the development, stability, and prosperity of the Indo-Pacific. US Ambassador to China, Nicholas Burns, emphasized the strong partnership among the countries. The Quad Summit is to be held before the year's end.


Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 10-07-2024 10:02 IST | Created: 10-07-2024 10:02 IST
Quad Ambassadors Meet in Beijing to Discuss Indo-Pacific Future
Ambassadors from Quad nations meet in Beijing (Image Credit: X/@USAmbChina). Image Credit: ANI
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Ambassadors from the Quad nations convened in Beijing to discuss the future of the Indo-Pacific region, emphasizing development, stability, and prosperity. Nicholas Burns, the US Ambassador to China, hailed India, the US, Japan, and Australia as 'close friends and partners' committed to these goals.

In a post on X, Burns described the meeting as productive and reiterated the partnership's focus on fostering an inclusive and resilient Indo-Pacific. The Quad, officially the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, unites Australia, India, Japan, and the United States in this diplomatic mission.

Previously, in June, the US Deputy Secretary of State Kurt Campbell underscored the determination to hold the Quad Summit this year. This sentiment was echoed during high-level discussions between US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Indian NSA Ajit Doval, confirming plans for the summit before year's end.

(Disclaimer: With inputs from agencies.)

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