United States President Joe Biden will hold the very first Quad Leaders Summit at the White House on 24th September.
The culmination will require a day prior to PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to talk at the UN General Assembly in New York.
“President Biden is anticipating inviting to the White House PM Scott Morrison of Australia, PM Narendra Modi of India, and PM Yoshihide Suga of Japan,” said a White House proclamation.
“The Biden-Harris Administration has focused on raising the Quad, as seen through the very first Quad Leaders-level commitment in March, which was virtual, and presently this Summit, which can be face to face,” it said.
Facilitating the heads of the Quad shows the Biden-Harris Administration’s need of participating in the Indo-Pacific, including through new multilateral arrangements to address the difficulties of the 21st century, it added.
The Quad Leaders will be centered around extending our ties and progressing reasonable collaboration on regions, for example, combatting Covid, tending to the environment emergency, joining forces on arising innovations and the internet, and advancing a free and open Indo-Pacific.