Quad Summit 2022 / PM Modi said in the Quad meeting, kept his point on these issues

Zoom News : May 24, 2022, 07:52 AM
PM Narendra Modi in Quad Leaders Summit 2022: Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in the third meeting of the Quad countries held in Tokyo on Tuesday and during this he said that the Quad has made an important place for itself in front of the world in such a short time. Today the scope of the quad has widened, its form is dominant. Our mutual trust and our resolve is giving new energy and enthusiasm to the democratic forces.

Congratulations to the Australian Prime Minister

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the new Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, at the Quad Leaders Summit. PM Modi said, 'First of all, I congratulate (Australian) PM Anthony Albanese and convey my best wishes for winning the election. Your presence among us 24 hours after taking oath reflects the strength of Quad friendship and your commitment to it.

Quad's scope has widened: PM Modi

In the Quad Countries meeting held in Tokyo, PM Narendra Modi said, 'In such a short time the 'Quad' group has made an important place at the world level. Today the scope of 'Quad' has become wider and the form has become effective. Our mutual trust, determination is giving new energy and enthusiasm to the democratic forces.

PM Modi told what was the benefit of Quad?

PM Narendra Modi said, 'Our mutual cooperation at the level of Quad is encouraging a free, open and inclusive 'Indo Pacific region'. Which is the common purpose of all of us. He further said, 'Despite the adverse circumstances of Kovid-19, we have increased mutual coordination in many areas like vaccine distribution, climate action, supply chain resilience, disaster response, economic cooperation. It is ensuring peace, prosperity and stability in the Indo-Pacific.

Australian PM said this in quid

Australia's new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said at the Quad Summit, 'My government is committed to working with your countries. The new Australian government prioritizes addressing climate change and building a more resilient Indo-Pacific region through economic, cyber, energy, health and environmental security.