Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Joe Biden to push China to resume military ties with US

Joe Biden to push China to resume military ties with US

Joe Biden to push China to resume military ties with US

Joe Biden to push China to resume military ties with US

Advertisement
  • Joe Biden to push China to resume military ties with US.
  • Biden is set to meet with Xi Jinping during the summit in San Francisco.
  • Biden is determined to address military ties during his meeting with Xi.
Advertisement

U.S. President Joe Biden aims to restore military-to-military connections with China, according to White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan.

The president is set to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in San Francisco, marking their second in-person meeting since Biden assumed office in January 2021.

Sullivan emphasized the importance of re-establishing these ties for U.S. national security interests, citing the need for clear communication to prevent mistakes, miscalculations, or miscommunication.

The efforts to restore military connections could span various levels, from senior leadership to tactical operations, encompassing activities on land, sea, and air in the Indo-Pacific region.

During an interview, Sullivan stated that Biden is determined to address military ties during his meeting with Xi, without providing specific details. He highlighted the urgency of this agenda item, considering that the Chinese have essentially severed communication links.

The upcoming Biden-Xi meeting is expected to cover a range of global issues, including the Israel-Hamas conflict, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, North Korea’s ties with Russia, Taiwan, Indo-Pacific affairs, human rights, fentanyl production, artificial intelligence, and “fair” trade and economic relations, as stated by a senior U.S. official.

Advertisement

Tensions between the two countries escalated following Biden’s order to shoot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon in February. Despite this, top Biden administration officials have engaged with counterparts in Beijing to rebuild communication and trust.

To stay informed about current events, please like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BOLUrduNews/.

Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/bolnewsurdu01 and stay updated with the latest news.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://bit.ly/3Tv8a3P to watch news from Pakistan and around the world.

Also Read

Three Indian towns rank in world’s most polluted after Diwali
Three Indian towns rank in world’s most polluted after Diwali

Three Indian towns rank in the world's most polluted after Diwali. New...

Advertisement
Advertisement
Read More News On

Catch all the International News, Breaking News Event and Latest News Updates on The BOL News


Download The BOL News App to get the Daily News Update & Follow us on Google News.


End of Article
Advertisement
In The Spotlight Popular from Pakistan Entertainment
Advertisement

Next Story