Biden objects to China’s ‘aggressive’ approach to Taiwan in three-hour meeting with Xi

Posted on AllSides November 14th, 2022
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U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday raised objections to China’s actions toward Taiwan in a three-hour meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

The meeting took place in Bali, a day before the G-20 summit is due to kick off, and was the first time the two superpower leaders had met in person since Biden took office.

“We need to chart the right course for the China-U.S. relationship,” Xi said at the opening of the meeting in Mandarin, according an official English translation broadcast.

“We need to find the right direction for the bilateral...

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