US President Joe Biden talks about “security” at US-China dynamic with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, during a real meeting of the two on Monday In the evening (US time), a US official said. However, no actual donations are expected from the public meeting.
Biden is also planning to discuss the differences between the two countries – what China is doing in Taiwan, in particular, as well as China’s human rights and “coercive” methods, including in allied territories, the official said.
“… It is important to keep the lines of communication open. That is why President Biden initiated the conference. We want to make it clear what we want and what we want to do to avoid conflicts, “the official told reporters on a brief visit on Sunday, watching the conference.
“The president has also made it very clear that we want to create a mechanism to protect ourselves from misunderstandings or misunderstandings,” he said.
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Monday’s communication may be different from the two phones the two leaders have had since Biden became President (most recently in early September), according to the official, because it will be communication, face-to-face (rather than just talking) and communication. due to the level of preparation to attend the meeting.
He cited China’s “coercive and persuasive behavior” in Taiwan, human rights, China’s “extraordinary” support for business and its online activities as some of the worst of Monday’s protests.
“This is an opportunity for President Biden to tell President Xi directly that he expects them to abide by the rules of the road,” he said.
The US has been alarmed by Beijing’s increased intrusion into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone in recent months. China, on the other hand, opposed US aid to Taiwan. Conflicts surrounding the issue surfaced in both sides of the debate on Friday between US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.
On Australia’s plan to acquire nuclear weapons using the AUKUS (Australia-UK-US) security agreement, Biden said he had seen Beijing raise the issue on Monday.
“It is possible that we can hear from them on this matter,” he said.
Australian Defense Minister Peter Dutton said over the weekend that it was “impossible” for Australia not to cooperate with the US in any way possible to protect Taiwan from Chinese violence.
He did not want to give up if Biden accepted the invitation to participate in the Winter Olympics, which are scheduled to take place in Beijing in 2022.
A special meeting with Mr Xi is scheduled for 7.45 pm Eastern time.