China News Service, November 13 According to Kyodo News Agency of Japan, on the 12th, it was reported that the Quad of the United States, Japan, Australia and India had coordinated the holding of the second face-to-face summit in Japan.

Several sources in relevant countries disclosed the matter.

The Japanese government informally asked about the intentions of the three countries.

It is expected that the meeting will be held in the spring of 2022 at the earliest to promote economic and security cooperation.

Data map: Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

  Japan, the United States, Australia and India held their first face-to-face summit in the United States in September 2021, and reached an agreement on a routine meeting.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida intends to strengthen Quad by hosting the leaders of the three countries and hosting meetings, showing Japan's sense of existence.

  Together with the US-UK-Australia Trilateral Security Partnership (AUKUS), the US sees Quad as the foundation of its Indo-Pacific policy.

Quad is different from AUKUS in that the main issues are not only safety, but also measures against the new crown epidemic and infrastructure construction.

Data map: US President Biden.

  Quad held its first summit meeting by video conference in March.

In late September, under the leadership of Biden, the first face-to-face summit was held in Washington, with the participation of the then Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Australian Prime Minister Morrison and Indian Prime Minister Modi.

  The joint statement of the meeting stated that the security and prosperity of the "free and open Indo-Pacific" will be strengthened.

The four heads of state also reached an agreement on holding a meeting of foreign ministers every year.