Xi Jinping and Joe Biden decided to meet virtually

US President Joe Biden (L) China President Xi Jinping (R)

Washington, 7 October 2021 (TDI): According to senior US official, President of United States of America Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a virtual meeting later this year.

The senior officials stated, virtual meeting will be discussing ‘Taiwan’ between two states. China’s top diplomat, Yang Jiechi and White House Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan announced policy details of expected meeting.

Moreover, the two officials discussed matters in a video conference. Jake Sullivan also brought up areas where the US and the PRC are interested in collaborating to address vital transnational issues.

Both representatives discussed the ongoing significant issues and showed their willingness to pursue bilateral cooperation which enabled them to alleviate the compulsive relations.

The last meeting of both countries’ Presidents was held on 9 September, in which they talked about the competitive relations and ensuring that tension between the global giants would not result in wage conflict.