Quoting a Reuters story, Yomiuri reported from Washington that Kurt Campbell, the coordinator for Indo-Pacific at the National Security Council, said in a speech on Wednesday that the United States is looking to convene an in-person leaders’ meeting with its Quad partners in the fall to discuss cooperation on infrastructure development. He reportedly added that other countries would be welcome to work with the Quad. The paper wrote that if the idea is realized, it will be the first in-person meeting between the Quad leaders. The paper speculated that Campbell is probably thinking of convening the summit on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York in September. Sankei ran a similar report.