U.S. President Joe Biden Indicates Meeting with Xi Jinping Within 10 days

U.S. President Joe Biden has said he intends to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping in the next 10 days. It is reported that the meeting will be held in the form of online or telephone talks, and the content of the two sides may concern the tariff measures imposed by the United States on China and updates of the situation in Taiwan.

 The Biden administration is considering lowering some tariffs on imports from China hoping to curb record inflation. When asked to discuss tariffs during the talks, President Biden did not give a definitive answer. If the talks occur, it will be the first since March of this year. Also expected to be on the agenda, is the situation in Ukraine.

 Between the United States and China, Secretary of State Blinken and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met in Indonesia this month, and in June, U.S. President National Security Adviser Sullivan met with China’s foreign affairs minister Yang Jiechi in Luxembourg. The United States and China agree that the two countries should continue their dialogue and to avoid developing competition towards conflict. The talks between the two heads of state of opposition have attracted attention, and the direction of the relations between the two countries is an issue of great concern to the people.

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