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Joe Biden celebrates Senate victory, says he ‘strengthened’ his hand before meeting Jinping



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Celebrating the Senate victory, Biden said “I’m getting stronger.”
Biden will attend a meeting of G20 group leaders on Monday.
Apart from that, he will also meet Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Phnom Penh. US President Joe Biden said he would remain in a position of strength when he meets Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday. Because American voters retained control of the Senate from the Democratic Party by re-electing Katherine Cortez Mesto of Nevada. “I know I’m getting stronger,” Biden said of meeting Xi Jinping while celebrating his Senate victory in Cambodia. US President Biden will take part in a meeting of G-20 leaders on Monday. Apart from that, he will also meet Chinese President Xi Jinping.

According to a Bloomberg report, the two leaders will meet for the first time after Joe Biden becomes president on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia. Relations between the world’s two largest economies have deteriorated since Biden took office. Including economic competition, human rights issues and rising tensions between China and Taiwan. Biden said, “I know Xi Jinping, he knows me. There is very little misunderstanding between us. It remains to be seen what are the reasons for the escalation of tension.

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Joe Biden was scheduled to meet the leaders of Japan and South Korea on Sunday. They will discuss the management of North Korea’s aggressive ballistic missile and nuclear programs as well as China’s increasingly aggressive activities in the Pacific. Biden will attend a meeting with Jinping in Bali on Monday with a promise to avoid a deterioration in relations and reduce the risk of war in Taiwan. But the mood in Washington and Beijing is only moving towards more confrontation. Tensions are particularly high over Taiwan, which China claims as its own.

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