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International relations

Quad ministers agree to meet once a year

US, Japan, India and Australia reaffirm 'shared goal' of open Indo-Pacific

The chief diplomats of the Quad group of nations gathered in Tokyo on Oct. 6. (Pool photo/Mainichi Shimbun)

TOKYO -- Foreign ministers from the Quad nations -- the US, Japan, India and Australia -- gathered here Tuesday for their first in-person talks in over a year and agreed to hold regular meetings.

The four countries' top diplomats, who last met in September 2019 in New York, will seek to meet once a year.

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