New York. The Quad countries, including the US, India, Japan and Australia, on Friday reiterated their commitment to combating terrorism, including tackling “cross-border movements of terrorists and terrorist financing networks and safe havens”.
He said, ‘We are committed to combating all forms of terrorism, including stopping the international and cross-border movement of terrorism and countering terrorist financing networks and safe havens. We emphasize the need for a comprehensive and balanced approach to effectively counter terrorist acts through the efforts of the entire country and the entire international community.
Jaishankar met the Japanese Foreign Minister
Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar met Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa here on Friday. During this, the two leaders discussed the special strategic and global partnership between India and Japan and ways to further enhance bilateral relations. Senior lawmaker Kamikawa, 70, replaced Yoshimasa Hayashi as Japan’s foreign minister in a cabinet reshuffle earlier this month.
“Delighted to meet Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa at UNGA 78,” Jaishankar told ‘X’. He posted, “Exchanged views on our special strategic and global partnership. Discussed our regional, multilateral and global cooperation and taking them forward.
Discussions on meeting the commitments of the Quad
Earlier, Jaishankar held talks with the Quad partners while attending the 78th session of the UN General Assembly. “Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa has been welcomed to the meeting,” he said. Upholding the rules-based international order in the Indo-Pacific region and fulfilling Quad commitments were discussed.
The Quad includes Japan, India, Australia and the United States and is a group of countries driven by shared interests and values.