President Biden of the United States, who is visiting Asia for the first time since taking office, will leave Korea, the first country he visited, for Japan on the afternoon of the 22nd.

During his stay in Japan, he plans to attend a summit meeting with Prime Minister Kishida, a framework of the four countries of Japan, the United States, Australia and India, and a summit meeting of Quad. I am.

US President Joe Biden, who is visiting South Korea, held a summit meeting with President Yoon Seok-yeol on the 21st, confirming "extended deterrence" to protect allies with US deterrence including nuclear forces, and a regular joint venture. It was agreed to start talks to expand the scale of military exercises.

In addition, President Yun said at a press conference after the meeting that "it is the first step to build a regional order based on norms," ​​and the United States aims to launch it with the aim of countering China, which is increasing its influence in the region. IPEF has announced its intention to participate in the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework.

President Biden will head to Japan on a special plane on the afternoon of the 22nd after completing a series of schedules in South Korea.

He will stay in Japan until the 24th, and on the 23rd he will hold a summit meeting with Prime Minister Kishida, and on the 24th he will attend a quad summit meeting between Japan and the United States, Australia and India. increase.

He also announced that he would start talks to launch IPEF during his stay in Japan, emphasizing his stance of deepening his involvement in the Indo-Pacific region with China in mind during his first visit to Japan after taking office. I'm going to do it.