President Biden, Xi Jinping Underscore Opposition to Use of Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine

Posted on AllSides November 14th, 2022
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President Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping jointly voiced opposition to any use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine and agreed to restore regular communication across a range of issues, from climate change to food security, signaling an effort to stabilize relations between the two powers after a downward spiral in recent months raised concerns of a new Cold War.

In a readout of the roughly three-hour meeting Monday, the White House said the president raised concerns about China’s actions toward Taiwan and Beijing’s human-rights record, and told Mr. Xi that the U.S. would continue competing with China.

“He reiterated that this competition...

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