US-China Tension: Joe Biden & Xi Jinping to hold virtual meet soon
A senior official of the US administration has given this information after talks between top officials on both sides.
Lucknow: America and China have agreed to resolve mutual tensions through dialogue. Both the countries have also agreed that by the end of this year there will be a virtual conference between the two heads of state.
In this, both will talk directly to each other and take steps towards reducing the tension. A senior official of the US administration has given this information after talks between top officials on both sides.
Joe Biden to meet Xi Jinping:
The purpose of this conversation was to improve communication between the two countries. These talks between the top officials of both the countries took place in a closed room of a hotel in Zurich. It was attended by US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and China's top diplomat Yang Jiechi. Let us tell you that this was the first meeting of the top officials of both the countries after the meeting in Alaska in March this year.
The meeting was made possible after President Joe Biden's phone conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping on 9 September. The White House said Sullivan raised the issue of the South China Sea with Yang. Apart from this, he also raised the issue of human rights violations in Hong Kong, Xinjiang and conflict with Taiwan with China. After this talk of about six hours between these two, it was said to be very successful. The US said that this time the talks were very different from the talks in Tone Alaska.
The US official has told that the result of this conversation was that both the countries have agreed for the virtual conference. This conference will take place before the end of this year.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki has said that work is currently being done on this conference. More information than this cannot be given at this time. Earlier, these two heads of state can also meet in the G-20 summit to be held in Italy in October. Let us tell you that Chinese President Xi Jinping has not gone out of the country since the Corona pandemic in January last year.
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