The Quad Summit will be the first interaction of US President Joe Biden under diplomatic and security initiatives revived during the era of Donald Trump as a buffer against Beijing
The leaders of Grouping Quad Four countries who seek to Beijing will meet this month to work together for the peace, prosperity and stability of the Indo-Pacific, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Friday against a Chinese background that was increasingly assertive under President XI Jinping revealed plans To tighten his grip in Hong Kong and build high-speed trains and toll roads connect Beijing and Taipei.
The quadrant security dialogue meeting, or Quad,
will be the first interaction of US President Joe Biden Biden under diplomatic and security initiatives revived during the era of Donald Trump as a buffer against Beijing in 2017. Foreign Minister of Foreign Countries met last month to prepare for the head meeting Government in March.
That Biden administration has taken steps to hold the first quad summit in a few months after taking over that security relations have been institutionalized. The Biden government has explained right at the beginning of his term that he will work closer to other countries including quad members to strengthen the partnership as part of a strategy in China.
This will include deepening partnerships among Quad countries, not only as an anti-Chinese platform but the convergence of democratic forces to support the rule of law. The four strengths will also coordinate to express their position in UNSC through the US as P-5 and India as non-permanent members, and see forming economic platforms in the future through mutual interests.
Chinese observer in New Delhi said the background of the Quad meeting was very important considering how, for the past few days and weeks, Beijing has explained that it was intended to go out to consolidate his control over Hong Kong and Taiwan and confirm his tracks in the South China Sea where He has a territorial dispute with almost all neighbors.
When things stand,
Indian officials do not expect dramatic changes in the XI Jinping approach to India. Chinese troops have triggered friction at various points along the border in Ladakh last year which led to victims on both sides in June 2020, which are new in the relationship between two giants in more than 40 years.
Last month, the two countries finally decided to let go of their troops from one border. But China seemed less enthusiastic to expand this understanding to troops in other parts of the actual control line including hot-hot springs and the protrusion area of the Ministry. At the same time, the Formation of the Indian Army in the East has marked efforts by the People’s Liberation Army to make rapid infrastructure enhancements in two Indian states, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.
On Friday, Prime Minister Li Keqiang hinted that China’s efforts to strengthen the military would continue when he announced the defense budget of 1.35 trillion yuan ($ 208.47 billion) for the military, the second largest in the world. China’s defense budget – almost three times the Indian military budget – is expected to grow with a little less than 7% compared to the previous year.
Experts believe the Chinese defense budget understates the actual military expenditure – it does not include billions poured into research and development to develop various weapons including combat jets – but are carefully traced as indicators of the direction and the rate of Chinese military investment.
“We will improve military training and preparedness throughout the council,
making the overall plan to respond to security risks in all fields and for all situations, and increase the military strategic capacity to protect the interests of sovereignty, security and development of our country,” Premier Li was quoted as saying in translation The government from his remarks.
The Indian strategy believes that the Chinese defense budget that grows under XI Jinping will put pressure on New Delhi to increase military spending also remember Ladakh friction. India has increased the budget to buy weapons and systems up to 20% this year to catch up with China.
India has also strengthened its defense cooperation with countries outside the quad too. Next month, Inda Ins Vikramaditita will exercise with the Charles de Gaulle French aircraft strike troops in two phases in the Arab Sea and the Indian Ocean.
This week, the Indian Air Force began participating in annual multinational air exercises held by the United Arab Emirates. Flag of the Sports Desert, Detained at Al-Dhafra UAE Airbase, also has an Air Force from the United States, France, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Bahrain.