Quad's meeting shows Biden's priority; emphasis will be on tackling China in the Indo-Pacific: US

Quad's meeting shows Biden's priority; emphasis will be on tackling China in the Indo-Pacific: US

The White House said on Tuesday that the first Quad of the Quad shows that we value close cooperation with our partners and partners in the Indo-Pacific region. The Quad Summit is going to be the first multilateral meeting of America's President Joe Biden. Explain that the Quad includes America, India, Japan (Japan) and Australia (Australia). Emphasis is being laid on dealing with China in the Indo-Pacific region through the Quad.

Joe Biden will hold a virtual meeting with Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison and Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihide Suga on Friday in the quad meeting. In recent years, it has been compared to NATO. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said, President Biden has chosen the Quad as its first multilateral meeting. This shows how much we value close cooperation with our partners and partners in the Indo-Pacific region.

Biden Trudeau and Obrader have held a meeting

Biden has so far held bilateral meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexico's President Manuel Lopez Obrador. Saki said about the quad meeting, in fact many issues will be discussed in this meeting. I would like to say that due to Coronavirus, the global community is facing threats. This should also be discussed. Apart from this, economic cooperation and environmental crisis should also be discussed.

Foreign Ministry said- there will be discussion on maritime security and climate change

India's foreign ministry gave information about the quad summit on Tuesday. The ministry said about the agenda to be discussed in it, all the leaders will discuss regional and global issues of common interest. At the same time, we will exchange ideas to cooperate towards maintaining the Indo-Pacific region as an independent, open and inclusive region. It said, the summit will provide an opportunity to exchange views on contemporary challenges such as supply chain, emerging and critical technologies, maritime security and climate change.


Bangladesh extends border sealing period after getting Indian variety of Kovid

Bangladesh extends border sealing period after getting Indian variety of Kovid

Dhaka: Bangladesh extended the ban on movement along the border with India for 14 days, hours after six cases of Indian variety of Kovid-19 were revealed. The border of Bangladesh adjacent to it was sealed on 26 April in view of the worsening situation of Corona virus in India. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said, "In view of the situation of Kovid-19, the decision to close the border with India has been extended for 14 more days. ''

The National Technical Consultative Committee on Kovid-19 in Bangladesh had suggested keeping the border closed, saying that roadways should not be opened until the situation in India improves. However, the spokesperson said that the movement of goods through these routes will remain unchanged.

He said that Bangladeshis who are at risk of getting stuck after the visa period expired can return home from the Benapole, Akhaura and Burimari borders after obtaining NOC from the Bangladesh Mission in New Delhi, Kolkata and Agartala. This decision to seal the border came when six people in Bangladesh were found infected with the Indian form of Kovid-19. He recently returned from India.