Xi Jinping and Biden will meet! Tension continues over Taiwan China’s Xi Jinping is planning to meet US President Biden in November


Xi and Biden meet amid anger?

Let us tell you that the Speaker of the American House, Nancy Pelosi, arrived in Taiwan amid China’s threats. As soon as his plane landed at the airport in Taipei, he flew to China and panicked. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China had said in its statement that the US is playing a dangerous gamble and now the US will have to take responsibility for its serious consequences. After this, China started terrorizing Taipei in the name of military exercises in the areas around Taiwan. Now, if Xi meets Biden at such a time, the eyes of the world will be fixed on how the bilateral relations between the two countries will be.

China is angry

China is angry

In fact, this military exercise by China was a kind of warning for America, because America said that it will protect Taiwan at all costs. Meanwhile, only time will tell what the ongoing discussions about Xi’s meeting with Biden will take next. If Xi goes to America, many political issues between the two countries can also be resolved after the meeting with Biden.

Xi's travel plans

Xi’s travel plans

Along with this, according to the news, Xi Jinping may also claim a third term as the head of the Communist Party. Also, Xi is expected to attend a summit of leaders of the Group of 20 nations on the Indonesian island of Bali from November 15 to 16. And two days later, he is expected to travel to Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.

Travel plans are subject to change

Travel plans are subject to change

However, plans for Xi’s visit could change going forward as it is still in its early stages and part of the preparation is to plan one of the two summits as well as a possible meeting between Xi and Biden.

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