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Quad: US corners China; India and others more discreet

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 6 October 2020
The second meeting of the Quad (Australia-India-Japan-US) foreign ministers in Tokyo saw them reaffirming their "collective vision" of maintaining a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific in the face of growing Chinese assertiveness. Significantly, as foreign minister S Jaishankar said, Quad underscored respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty.​
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