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Indo-Pacific

White House says Quad summit to take place Sept. 24

China, pandemic and climate change on agenda for first in-person meeting

President Joe Biden speaks during a visit to the U.S. state of Idaho on Sept. 13. He will host the leaders of Japan, India and Australia at the White House on Sept. 24.   © AP

WASHINGTON -- Leaders from the U.S., Japan, India and Australia -- the nations that make up the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue -- will hold their first in-person summit in Washington on Sept. 24, the White House announced Monday.

The White House hosts the summit as President Joe Biden looks to demonstrate his "priority of engaging in the Indo-Pacific, including through new multilateral configurations to meet the challenges of the 21st century," the U.S. administration said.

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