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US-China tensions

Biden and Xi to engage within next few weeks: White House official

The U.S. and Chinese leaders will talk for the first time since a March video call

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan reiterated that the United States is not expecting competition with China to veer into confrontation or conflict. (Source photos by Reuters) 

MUNICH (Kyodo) -- U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to have a chance to speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping within the next few weeks, White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Monday.

The last time Biden held talks with Xi was in March through a video call, weeks after Russia's invasion of Ukraine started.

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