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US-China tensions

Biden-Xi meeting 'likely' at October G-20 summit, US says

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Joe Biden, then U.S. vice president, meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2013.   © Reuters

NEW YORK -- A meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping will likely take place in October at the Group of 20 summit, the White House said on Thursday, noting Western countries' increasing alignment on China.

Biden "will look for opportunities to engage with President Xi going forward," U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on a briefing call when asked if such a summit is in the picture after Biden concluded his first trip abroad as president to Europe on Wednesday.

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