Message to Beijing: Biden to hold first summit with Australia, India, Japan PMs

WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden will hold his first-ever summit on Friday with the leaders of Australia, India and Japan to send a message to China and renew Washington’s commitment to the emerging four-way alliance. 

It will be one of the first summits, albeit in virtual format, for Biden, who has vowed to revive US alliances in the wake of the disarray of Donald Trump’s administration.

“That President Biden has made this one of his earliest multilateral engagements speaks to the importance that we place on close cooperation with our allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters Tuesday.

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