Quad Summit 2022: PM Modi and Joe Biden’s talks on Russia-Ukraine conflict next on table

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The US National Security Adviser (NSA) has spoken about the agenda of the Russia-Ukraine conflict to be discussed between India’s PM Modi and US President Joe Biden. The talks will be held during the bilateral meeting at the Quad Summit in Tokyo.

Prime Minister Modi is all set to attend bilateral meetings with his US counterpart Joe Biden.

Moreover, Japanese and Australian counterparts, Fumio Kishida and Anthony Albanese may also be there.

“It’ll be a continuation of the conversation they’ve (PM Modi and President Biden) already had on how we see the picture in Ukraine. They’ll talk all of that through & this’ll be similarly constructive & straightforward,” the US NSA said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive here on May 23. He will also have interactions with business leaders as well as business CEOs in a one-to-one format.

Soon, there will be an Indian diaspora community event and May 24 is largely devoted to Quad meeting.

There will also be few CEOs, chairmen and presidents of the companies who will be independently and separately meeting PM.

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