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Washington Post carries op-ed by Quad leaders  

NHK reported on Sunday that President Biden, Prime Minister Suga, Australian Prime Minister Morrison, and Indian Prime Minister Modi expressed their commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific region in an opinion piece they contributed to the Washington Post. According to the network, the leaders touched upon their first Quad summit held on Friday and said they are summoned “to act together in support of a region in need.” They reportedly added that they strive for an Indo-Pacific that is “governed by international law and bedrock principles such as freedom of navigation and peaceful resolution of disputes.” The network noted that although the op-ed did not specifically mention China, it kept the nation in check by underlining their resolve to tackle regional issues together. 

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