The summit scheduled for next week (Australia, the United States, India, Japan) will not be held in Australia because, according to the White House in Washington, President Joe Biden will not be able to attend it due to his domestic Australian commitments. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced on Wednesday.
Joe Biden will no longer travel to Papua New Guinea or Australia after the G7 summit held in Japan, contrary to original plans – due to the US budget row. The chief himself informed Albanese of this by phone.
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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Keseda also canceled his visit to Australia.
At the same time, the host of the G7 summit has invited Australian Prime Minister and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Hiroshima as guests, who – according to Albanese – will still have the opportunity to exchange ideas on some issues over the weekend. The Indian Prime Minister is still expected in Australia.
The summit of the Strategic Security Dialogue (Quad), which was founded 15 years ago by Australia, the United States, India and Japan, was scheduled to take place on May 24 in Sydney.
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