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Biden objects China’s ‘aggressive actions’ towards Taiwan during talks with Xi

Jakarta: United States President Joe Biden on Monday objected to China’s “coercive and increasingly aggressive actions” toward Taiwan and raised human rights concerns about Beijing’s conduct in Xinjiang, Tibet, and Hong Kong during his first in-person meeting with President Xi Jinping in Indonesia, the White House said.

In a statement, after a three-hour meeting, the White House said Biden raised U.S. objections to the PRC’s coercive and increasingly aggressive actions toward Taiwan, which undermine peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and in the broader region, and jeopardize global prosperity.

The White House said Biden and Xi also agreed that “a nuclear war should never be fought” and can’t be won, “and underscored their opposition to the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine.”

Biden also raised ongoing concerns about China’s non-market economic practices, which harm American workers and families, and workers and families around the world.

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