US, Japan, Australia, India warn against Indo-Pacific conflict

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The United States, Japan, Australia and India want to prevent a conflict like the one in Ukraine from occurring in the Indo-Pacific region. “We strongly oppose any coercive, provocative or unilateral actions that seek to change the status quo and increase tensions in the area,” a joint statement issued at the end of a summit of the four so-called Quad states in Tokyo said on Tuesday. The statement comes against the backdrop of China’s growing geopolitical ambitions in the region. US President Joe Biden had warned China against an attack on Taiwan on the eve of the summit with an unusually clea…

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