Leaders of Israel, US, India and the UAE meet for the inaugural ‘I2U2’ virtual summit

The leaders of India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States, met for the first time on Thursday as part of the “I2U2” group and agreed to work together on food security and clean energy, tech, and trade, among other issues.

“This unique grouping of countries aims to harness the vibrancy of our societies and entrepreneurial spirit to tackle some of the greatest challenges confronting our world, with a particular focus on joint investments and new initiatives in water, energy, transportation, space, health, and food security,” the four leaders said in a join statement.

The leaders said that their intention is to “mobilize private sector capital and expertise to modernize infrastructure, advance low carbon development pathways for our industries, improve public health and access to vaccines, advance physical connectivity between countries in the Middle East region.”

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