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Quad countries, including India, shared Ukraine concerns: Japanese PM

Leaders of the Quad grouping of countries, including India's Narendra Modi, shared concerns over the situation in Ukraine at their meeting in Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said

Japanese PM Fumio Kishida speaks during the second in-person quad summit. (Photo: Reuters)
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Japanese PM Fumio Kishida speaks during the second in-person quad summit. (Photo: Reuters)

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Leaders of the Quad grouping of countries, including India's Narendra Modi, shared concerns over the situation in Ukraine at their meeting in Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Tuesday.

"The four leaders had candid discussion on the impact of the Ukraine situation on the Indo-Pacific region, and we, including India, expressed our concern over the tragic war in Ukraine, and confirmed that principles such as the rule of law, sovereignty and territorial integrity should be observed in any region," Kishida said.

Kishida made the comments following the meeting of the Quad leaders, which also included Modi, U.S. President

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First Published: May 24 2022 | 1:33 PM IST

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