President Joe Biden advised China’s Xi Jinping that the US opposes efforts to vary Taiwan’s established order, the White House stated.
US President Joe Biden waves after delivering remarks to workers within the Rose Garden as he returns from Covid-19 isolation to work within the Oval Office, on the White House in Washington, US July 27, 2022. (Reuters Photo)
President Joe Biden advised China’s Xi Jinping on Thursday that US coverage on Taiwan has not modified and that Washington strongly opposes unilateral efforts to vary the established order or undermine peace and stability throughout the Taiwan Strait, the White House stated.
In a cellphone name, the 2 leaders “discussed a range of issues important to the bilateral relationship and other regional and global issues, and tasked their teams to continue following up on today’s conversation, in particular to address climate change and health security,” the White House stated in an announcement.
The White House readout of the leaders’ cellphone name made no point out of potential tariff cuts by Washington.
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