Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is escorted by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the start of their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of last month’s Quad leaders’ summit in Tokyo. Photo: AP
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is escorted by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the start of their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of last month’s Quad leaders’ summit in Tokyo. Photo: AP
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A new Quad? Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand eye four-way anti-China summit on sidelines of Nato meet

  • Tokyo has sounded out Seoul about the possibility of the quadripartite meeting, according to a source close to the South Korean presidential office
  • The envisaged meeting on the sidelines of next week’s Nato gathering is reportedly seen by the four nations as an attempt to keep an assertive China in check

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is escorted by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the start of their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of last month’s Quad leaders’ summit in Tokyo. Photo: AP
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is escorted by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the start of their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of last month’s Quad leaders’ summit in Tokyo. Photo: AP
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