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Countries vow to assist Covid-hit India at first Indo-Pacific group meet since Biden's win

IndiaTimes Friday, 14 May 2021
The Indo-Pacific group, also known informally as the ‘Quad Plus’ resumed their engagement in 2021, the first time in the Biden administration. On Friday evening, foreign secretary Harsh Shringla met with US’ Wendy Sherman, the new deputy secretary, Frances Adamson of Australia and senior officials from Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and Vietnam.
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