The following is the gist of agreements reached during Friday's meeting between the leaders of the United States, Japan, Australia and India, a group of countries collectively called the Quad.
-- recommits to promoting a free, open, rules-based order.
-- agrees to hold a meeting of its leaders annually.
-- affirms coronavirus vaccine manufacturing efforts are on track.
-- will meet challenges to rules-based order in the East, South China seas.
-- will begin cooperation in space, including sharing satellite data.
-- will bolster supply chain security for semiconductors.
-- calls North Korea to engage in dialogue for denuclearization.
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