Taiwan and Ukraine will be discussed: Biden will meet with Xi Jinping at the G20 summit
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According to the American president, he plans to discuss with the representative of China the red lines of both countries in order to determine the key national interests. The United States counts on competition, not conflict.
U.S. President Joe Biden will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit, which will be held November 16-17 on the Indonesian island of Bali. This is reported by CBS News.
This will be the first bilateral meeting since Biden has been in the US President's chair, although he previously spoke with Xi Jinping while in the US Vice President's office.
“The two leaders will discuss efforts to deepen U.S.-China communication, responsible management of competition, and joint efforts on areas of common interest, especially international challenges that affect the international community,” White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said in a statement.
At a recent press conference, Biden hinted at a meeting with the Chinese leader, and, in particular, said that he was counting on competition, not conflict.
Biden said he expected that during a conversation with a representative of China, the red lines of both countries will be laid out to determine what the key national interests of China and the United States are, and whether they are in conflict with each other. Biden will look for opportunities to resolve these conflicts.
According to the US President, they will touch on topics such as Taiwan and China's relations with other countries in the region. In July, representatives of the two countries spoke on the phone for more than two hours amid heightened tensions over Taiwan.