Quad Summit: Jaishankar to visit Australia on a three-day tour

Quad Summit: China has reacted to the upcoming Quad meeting in Melbourne. According to China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, all members of the Quad, including India, are deceiving the public. With China, all of these countries have a cold war mentality. We’d like to let you know that External Affairs Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar will be in Australia from February 10 to 13.

Along with the foreign ministers of Australia, Japan, and the United States, he will attend the fourth quad summit in Melbourne in 2022. Many important issues will be discussed at this meeting, including the corona epidemic, critical technology, China, and climate change. Jaishankar will meet with Australia’s Foreign Minister on February 2. China’s expansionary policy can be discussed, as well as the strategic partnership and regional issues between the two countries.

China has become a source of concern for the four countries.

China, in fact, continues to be a source of concern for all four countries. China’s growing interest in Australia’s land, infrastructure, and politics has Australia concerned. China’s growing military and economic power is seen as a threat by India. While Japan is concerned about China’s expansionist policies, the United States is eager to reclaim China’s regional dominance.

These issues will be addressed.

The Foreign Ministers of the Quad member countries will review their cooperation so far, according to the Ministry of External Affairs. The new agenda will be taken into consideration. During this time, the strategy for dealing with Kovid-19’s challenges, supply chain, critical technology, and climate change will be discussed.

what does quad mean?

‘Quadrilateral Security Dialogue’ is an acronym for ‘Quadrilateral Security Dialogue.’ Its members are India, Japan, Australia, and the United States of America. The Quod’s mission is to work toward maintaining peace in the Asia-Pacific region. It was drafted in 2007 at the request of Japan’s then-Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe. In 2019, the first quad meeting was held.

Jaishankar is also planning a trip to the Philippines.

Jaishankar will arrive in the Philippines on February 13 after visiting Australia. As foreign minister, this will be his first trip to the Philippines. He will meet with Teodoro El Loxin Jr., the Philippines’ Secretary of Foreign Affairs, here.

The fact that India’s Foreign Minister is visiting the Philippines for the first time after purchasing the BrahMos missile from the Philippines makes this visit particularly significant. Let us remind you that the Philippines and India recently signed a $ 375 million deal for the BrahMos cruise missile.

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