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Two powerful world leaders to meet at G20 summit, Taiwan issue may be discussed, read article



Bali: Relations between the two countries have deteriorated since US President Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet today at the G20 summit in Indonesia to discuss macroeconomic issues between the world’s two largest economies. It is believed that the two countries can also talk about Taiwan’s issues. According to Reuters, Foreign Ministry spokesman Mao Ning said China wants a peaceful settlement with the United States.

According to a Bloomberg report, the two leaders will meet on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, for the first time since Biden took office. 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.

G20 Summit: 45 hours, 20 events and interviews with 10 leaders – PM Modi will be very busy in Indonesia

It is not yet known whether Indian Prime Minister Modi will meet Chinese President Xi. If there is a meeting between the two, it will be the first bilateral meeting after the violent clash between the armies of the two countries in the Galvan Valley in June 2020. The two leaders had attended the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (OCS) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, in September, but there had been no bilateral meeting between the two at the time. Three working sessions will be held as part of the G20 summit agenda, focusing on food and energy security, health and digital transformation.

Other than that, all eyes are on world leaders’ stance on the Russian-Ukrainian war. Let us tell you that India has advocated stopping the war and talking to both sides. Along with this, India has always maintained a balanced line on this issue. (with the contribution of the agency)

Tags: Biden, G20 Summit, Xi Jinping