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Saturday, 1 August 2020

'Quad' group will tackle China in the Indo-Pacific ocean


The United States and Australia have committed to interacting with India and Japan in the ‘Quad’ group and emphasized that they are also working with other partners for the security and prosperity of the Indo-Pacific region. The top ministers of both countries reiterated that the focus of the alliance is on the Indo-Pacific region and for its security and prosperity they are working with ASEAN, India, Japan, South Korea, and other countries.


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The ‘Five Eyes’ group of countries is also getting help in this. The Five Eyes’ group includes Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, and the USA. ‘Quad’ is a group of four countries - India, Japan, Australia, and America. These countries joined hands to ensure peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region, adherence to the law, and prevent China’s growing military influence in the region.


US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, “I am convinced that democratic friends from Europe and India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and all over the world are connected to it today.” All these countries are understanding the challenge of today’s time and those who believe in the values ​​of freedom, economic prosperity, obeying the law will join us.


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US Defense Minister Mark Asper, Australian Foreign Minister Maris Pyne, Australian Defense Minister Linda Reynolds were also present with Pompeo. The leaders pledged to work with allies in the Indo-Pacific region to reduce the impact of Covid-19. They issued a joint statement after discussions between Australia-US ministers. The two countries deliberated to deal with China’s overstated claims in the South China Sea. Pompeo commended Australia for independently reviewing where the coronavirus originated and openly criticizing China’s propaganda campaign.

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