A senior U.S. government official revealed that President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping had agreed to meet again at the U.S.-China summit on the 15th of this month. The Biden administration hopes to stabilize bilateral relations by increasing opportunities for top leaders to communicate with each other.
U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a face-to-face summit meeting on the west coast of the United States for the first time in a year on the 15th of this month, and agreed to resume dialogue between the militaries.
Kirby, the coordinator for strategic communications at the White House in the United States, said at a press conference on the 1th, "The two leaders agreed to meet again, and the date has not been decided," and although the specific timing has not been decided, the two leaders have agreed to meet again.
"We look forward to managing our relationship with China responsibly and moving things forward, but we are not afraid to confront them where we cannot cooperate," he said.
Regarding the dialogue between the leaders of the United States and China, a senior U.S. government official said that the face-to-face meeting has made it easier to hold telephone talks than before.
The Biden administration hopes to stabilize bilateral relations by increasing opportunities for top leaders to communicate with each other amid the concentration of power in President Xi's power in China.