Posted BY: Wyatt T | NwoReport

TOKYO—With eyes on an increasingly assertive China, “Quad” leaders from the Indo-Pacific nations of the United States, Japan, India, and Australia met on Tuesday morning to discuss cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.

The four Indo-Pacific leaders vowed to stand together for a free and open region at the start of talks, vowing also to work on fighting for peace, prosperity, and stability in the region, and coordinating responses to address U.N. predictions of catastrophic climate change and energy security.

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“This is what this [is] about, democracy vs. autocracy—we have to make sure democracy is delivered,” U.S. President Joe Biden said.

In addition to the morning leaders summit, Biden will also meet for bilateral talks with India and Australia, which has a newly elected prime minister, Anthony Albanese, who was sworn in on Monday.

According to an official, Biden will look to “build on the commonalities” that he shares with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the talks despite differences on issues including Russia. Modi is also set to meet Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida for talks and a working dinner.

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