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US issues statement about QUAD

US President Joe Biden is looking forward to visiting India for the G-20 summit in September, said a South and Central Asia official in his administration. Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs for South and Central Asia Donald Lu said 2024 will be a “big year” for India-US relations, saying in an interview that India’s leadership in the G-20 is one force for good. said it continues to build its capacity as a world. “This year is going to be a big year. Of course India is hosting the G-20. This year the US is hosting APEC. Japan is hosting the G7. Many QUAD members are in leadership roles. And it provides us with every opportunity to bring our nation closer together,” Donald Lu said in an interview with PTI on Thursday.

“I know the President is looking forward to his visit to India in September. This will be his first visit to India for the G20 summit. he said. “We are just over three months into this new year and welcomed the staff of India and the United States, noting the recent visits of Secretary of State Tony Brinken, Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen and Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimond. At the U.S. Embassy.Once he submits his credentials, he looks forward to meeting other people in India, and India hopes that he is young, enthusiastic, and ready to take our relationship to new heights. Lu said the world’s major economies are coming together to address global issues such as food security, health, energy insecurity, climate change and unsustainable solutions. stressed the importance of the G-20 as a powerful forum for addressing serious challenges, and the G-20 has spearheaded the forward-looking agenda of the G-20.

“In March, Dr. Jaishankar invited his QUAD colleagues to a ministerial meeting and special public event at the Raisina Dialogue, where four foreign ministers come together. This was his first public discussion with QUAD Foreign Ministers, highlighting how the four countries are working together to help the people of the Indo-Pacific. ” 

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