The US and Chinese governments have announced that Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Foreign Minister Wang Yi will meet this week in Indonesia, where the G20 = 20 major foreign ministers' meetings will be held.

It is the first time that the two foreign ministers have met face-to-face since Russia's military invasion of Ukraine in February, and the US side is expected to ask the Chinese side not to provide military assistance to Russia.

China's Foreign Ministry announced on the night of the 5th that Foreign Minister Wang Yi will meet with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to attend the G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Indonesia from the 7th to the 2nd.



According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China, the two foreign ministers will exchange opinions on the US-China relations and regional affairs.



This is the first time that US and Chinese foreign ministers have met face-to-face since Russia's military invasion of Ukraine in February.



Meanwhile, the US State Department also announced on the 5th that Secretary Blinken will meet with Foreign Minister Wang.



At the meeting, Blinken is expected to reiterate China's request to the Foreign Minister to refrain from providing military assistance to Russia, which has a friendly relationship, and assistance that could lead to evasion of sanctions.



In addition, President Biden has expressed his intention to hold a summit meeting by telephone, etc., close to President Xi Jinping, and at the meeting, the two foreign ministers are expected to coordinate for the summit meeting.



In addition, the U.S. government is considering reviewing the tariff-addition measures imposed on imports from China as a measure against record inflation, and it is expected that opinions will be exchanged on these tariff measures at the meeting. increase.

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