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White House Considering Talks Between Blundering Biden and China President Xi Jinping

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White House considering talks between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping

By South China Morning Post, June 18, 2021

The White House has signalled that direct talks between US President

Joe Biden

 and Chinese leader Xi Jinping may be on the way, a potential first meeting between the two heads of state as Washington’s relationship with Beijing continues to spiral downward.

“The notion that President Biden will engage in the coming month with President Xi in some way to take stock of where we are in the relationship, and to ensure that we have that kind of direct communication that we found valuable with President

 Putin 

yesterday, we’re very much committed to that,” US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters on Thursday.

“It’s now just a question of when and how,” he said.

The comments come as the world’s two largest economies continue to feud over a long list of grievances.

Since taking office, Biden has tried to corral US allies to condemn and punish Beijing for its suspected human rights abuses in the

Xinjiang

region, its crackdown on civil rights in Hong Kong, and its sabre-rattling in the South China Sea.

Chinese officials have lashed out at the US in response, accusing Washington of meddling in China’s internal affairs.
Shortly after Sullivan made his statement, though, the US State Department told reporters that the suggestion of a meeting was not a sign of any breakthrough but was merely the reflection of Biden’s commitment to diplomacy.
State Department spokesman Ned Price said that Sullivan “was speaking to the proposition that the president has put forward, that there’s no substitute for personal diplomacy”.
“He was making the point that that is not unique to … the meeting between President Biden and President Putin. That applies across the board when it comes to our principled diplomacy,” Price said.

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