Leaders of the U.S., Australia, India and Japan met in Washington to advance cooperation on climate change, development and other priorities.
The U.S. already donates more COVID-19 vaccine doses than all other countries combined and will be donating an additional 500 million doses.
Speaking at the U.N. General Assembly, President Biden pushed for global cooperation in the fight against COVID-19 and the climate crisis.
The U.S., Australia, India and Japan are working together to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change and to advance Indo-Pacific security.
In cooperation with international partners, the U.S. is working to get COVID-19 vaccines to people in the world's isolated communities.
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, President Biden honored those killed and praised the sacrifices of rescuers.
The United States and Indo-Pacific partners are tackling the world's most pressing problems, from COVID-19 to the climate crisis.
On September 11, 2001, Slovakian firefighters offered to help their American counterparts in New York in as many ways as they could.
On a recent trip to Singapore and Vietnam, Vice President Harris affirmed America's commitment to its Indo-Pacific partners.