US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping will hold a virtual summit before the year-end, Reuters reported, citing a US official. The agreement comes after US national security adviser Jake Sullivan held talks with China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi in Switzerland on Wednesday.
Biden and Xi are going to hold a video summit in the coming weeks, not to be confused with their previous phone calls, including the one that they shared just last month. “We do see today as a productive step.”
The six-hour meeting White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan had with his Chinese counterpart in Zurich today may have done more to defrost the U.S.-China relationship than anything since Biden took office.
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Gal Luft Biden will want to hold this virtual meeting ahead of his Summit for Democracy planned for December 9th-10th. This way he can address the summit after having stood up to Xi on human rights, freedoms etc.
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