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President Biden on Monday mentioned he plans to speak to Chinese language President Xi Jinping quickly, because the White Home more and more indicators its willingness to have the 2 leaders join amid heightened tensions.

Biden was requested throughout a bilateral assembly with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in San Diego, Calif., whether or not he’d converse to Xi quickly and responded, “sure.” Biden wouldn’t present any extra specifics on once they’d speak.

Nationwide safety adviser Jake Sullivan earlier Monday instructed reporters the White Home is anticipating Biden and Xi to have a dialog now that the Nationwide Folks’s Congress, an annual legislative conference, has ended.

“So, sooner or later within the coming interval — I can’t provide you with a date, as a result of there’s no date set — however President Biden has indicated his willingness to have a phone dialog with President Xi as soon as they’re again and in stride coming off of the Nationwide Folks’s Congress,” Sullivan mentioned aboard Air Power One.

Biden and Xi haven’t spoken because the U.S. navy final month shot down a Chinese language spy balloon close to the coast of South Carolina after it traversed a swath of the continental United States. After detecting that balloon, U.S. officers detailed how the Chinese language had a large-scale balloon surveillance program, and mentioned different balloons had entered U.S. airspace in recent times however weren’t detected on the time.

Tensions between Washington and Beijing have additionally been heightened amid reviews China is contemplating offering help to Russia for its struggle in Ukraine. Biden administration officers have mentioned they’ve but to see any indication that China has in truth offered any help.

Biden was in San Diego on Monday with Sunak and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to announce an settlement to offer Australia with nuclear-powered submarines and enhance submarine patrols in an effort to bolster the protection capabilities within the Indo-Pacific as a counter to China. The president dismissed the suggestion that the announcement could be considered by China as an act of aggression.

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