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U.S. President Joe Biden plans to make several stops during a visit to Asia this spring, which will be his first to the region as president and include a summit in Japan with three key regional allies, a senior administration official said.

The official brushed off questions about whether the Ukraine crisis could distract the administration’s attention from Asia, saying: “We continue prioritizing our Indo-Pacific focus and will have more to come.”

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