President of the People's Republic of China refused to meet with Biden, media write

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President of the People’s Republic of China refused to meet with Biden, media write

President of the People’s Republic of China refused to meet with Biden, media write

TBILISI, 15 Sep – Sputnik. US President Joe Biden in a recent telephone conversation suggested that Chinese President Xi Jinping hold a summit, but the Chinese leader … 09/15/2021, Sputnik Georgia

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TBILISI, 15 Sep – Sputnik. US President Joe Biden in a recent telephone conversation suggested that Chinese President Xi Jinping hold a summit, but the Chinese leader refused, RIA Novosti reported, citing the Financial Times, citing sources familiar with the details of the conversation between the two leaders. According to them, Biden, during a 90-minute conversation with Xi Jinping, offered to hold a face-to-face summit, but could not reach agreement. It is alleged that this “led a number of US officials to the conclusion that Beijing continues to play a tough game with Washington.” This insisted that Washington choose a less harsh tone towards Beijing, “the newspaper writes. According to interlocutors, the Biden administration viewed the recent telephone conversation between the two leaders as” an opportunity to test whether Xi is ready for serious engagement after a string of diplomatic contacts between the representatives of the US and the PRC did not bring significant results. “” Although Xi used less harsh language than high-ranking Chinese diplomats this year, his general message to Biden was that the US should soften its rhetoric, “- the publication quotes its informed sources The White House has not yet commented on the publication.

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TBILISI, September 15 – Sputnik. US President Joe Biden in a recent telephone conversation suggested that Chinese President Xi Jinping hold a summit, but the Chinese leader refused, RIA Novosti reported, citing the Financial Times.

The publication refers to sources familiar with the details of the conversation between the two leaders. According to them, Biden, during a 90-minute conversation with Xi Jinping, offered to hold a face-to-face summit, but could not reach agreement. This allegedly “led a number of US officials to the conclusion that Beijing continues to play a tough game with Washington.”

“The US President suggested that Xi hold a summit to break the impasse in US-China relations … but the Chinese leader did not accept his offer and instead insisted that Washington choose a less harsh tone towards Beijing,” the newspaper writes.

According to the interlocutors, the Biden administration regarded the recent telephone conversation between the two leaders as “an opportunity to test whether Xi is ready for serious interaction after a series of diplomatic contacts between US and PRC representatives did not bring significant results.”

“Although Xi used less harsh language than high-ranking Chinese diplomats this year, his general message to Biden was that the United States should soften its rhetoric,” the newspaper quoted its knowledgeable sources as saying.

The White House has not yet commented on the publication.

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