Advancing World Peace Is A Joint Sino-US Mission, Xi Jinping Told Joe Biden | World news
China and the United States must respect each other, coexist in peace and pursue win-win cooperation, President Xi Jinping told his American counterpart Joe Biden on Tuesday, adding that the two countries must cooperate to meet global challenges such as climate change and the Covid. -19 pandemic.
“Xi has expressed his willingness to work with President Biden to reach consensus and take active steps to move Sino-US relations in a positive direction,” the Chinese leader said in a statement released by the news agency. Xinhua press. a virtual meeting with Biden on Tuesday.
Advancing world peace and development is the “… joint mission of Chinese and US leaders,” Xi said.
Xi and Biden are currently meeting virtually via video link, their first such interaction since the US president took office in January this year.
Xi stressed that China and the United States are at critical stages of development and that humanity’s “global village” faces multiple challenges.
The Chinese president spoke of the need to “increase” communication between the two countries.
“As the two largest economies in the world and permanent members of the UN Security Council, China and the United States must increase their communication and cooperation, each manages its internal affairs well and, at the same time, assumes its share of international responsibilities and works together. to advance the noble cause of world peace and development, ”Xi told Biden.
“This is the shared desire of the people of both countries and the whole world, and the joint mission of the Chinese and American leaders,” Xi said.
Xi said he was ready to work with Biden to reach consensus and take active steps to move China-U.S. Relations in a positive direction, according to the Xinhua statement.
“It will advance the interests of the two peoples and meet the expectations of the international community,” Xi said.
Xi is accompanied by some of China’s top politicians and diplomats, according to Chinese state media.
Ding Xuexiang, Political Bureau member of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and Director of the General Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, Yang Jiechi, Political Bureau member of the CPC Central Committee and director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the CPC Central Committee, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi as well as Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng were among the meeting attendees, according to the report. photo from the video conference released by Xinhua.
Chinese state-controlled media said Monday that Beijing would ask Washington to “step back” on its policies and statements on the autonomous and democratic island, which China claims as a breakaway region.
The situation in Afghanistan, bilateral trade, nuclear proliferation and cybersecurity are expected to be discussed during the talks.