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President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping are making plans their first in-person assembly since Biden took administrative center in Southeast Asia come November, the Wall Street Journal first reported Friday.
The go back and forth shall be Xi’s first international go back and forth in 3 years and is derived as pressure between Washington and Beijing mounts following higher Chinese aggression towards Taiwan.
Geopolitical members of the family between the 2 superpowers were strained for years following the COVID-19 pandemic, a industry battle and higher force from the West put on Beijing to handle gross human rights abuses.
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According to the document, the leaders would meet on the Group of 20 in Indonesia in mid-November.
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National Security Council Indo-Pacific Coordinator Kurt Campbell didn’t verify any main points at the intended join up however mentioned, “I can confirm that the two leaders, when they spoke last discussed a possible face to face meeting during their recent call and agreed to have their teams follow up to sort out the specifics.”
“We don’t have anything further in terms of details on time or location,” he added.
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