China asks Quad group involving U.S. not to target specific country

China on Friday asked the so-called Quad, comprising the United States, Japan, India and Australia, not to “target a specific country,” hours before the leaders of the four nations hold their first summit. The grouping of the four major democracies in the Indo-Pacific, formally known as the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, is widely considered a united front put up in response to China’s rise in the nearby waters and alleged human rights abuses. “Relative countries should refrain from engaging in a closed and exclusive small circle and should do more things that are conducive to regional stabi…

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