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When Xi Jinping said in a meeting with Biden – ‘Whoever plays with fire will burn’

Xi Warns Biden Over Taiwan: Chinese President Xi Jinping took a tough stand on Tuesday in an online meeting with his US counterpart Joe Biden, saying China will “definitely protect” its sovereignty and security interests. He warned that anyone who plays with fire over Taiwan will “get burned”. This is the first summit between the two leaders since Biden took office as US President. Before this, the two talked on the phone twice. The talks, which were held in two rounds, lasted for more than three hours.

He said the rise of China is an “inevitable trend of history” and cannot be stopped. Regarding Taiwan, 68-year-old Jinping attributed the tension to repeated attempts by Taiwanese officials to seek US support for their independence agenda. He said that some Americans intend to use Taiwan to control China. Jinping told Biden, “Such actions are very dangerous, just like playing with fire. Whoever plays with fire, he will burn.” Giving information about the meeting, China’s official daily newspaper ‘China Daily’ said that Xi and Biden discussed bilateral relations as well as strategic, political, economic and military issues of common concern. discussed extensively.

According to the news of the official news agency ‘Xinhua’, Jinping has expressed hope that Biden will demonstrate appropriate ‘political leadership’ to get the US policy towards China back on track ‘rationally and practically’. After February 2021 This is the third bilateral dialogue between Se Jinping and Biden. Earlier, the two leaders had a long phone conversation in September. “History is an impartial judge, what a politician does, whether right or wrong, whether it is an achievement or a failure, it’s all history,” Jinping said. We hope that President Biden will demonstrate political leadership and push back America’s China policy.”

He said that China and America should respect each other, coexist peacefully. He expressed his desire to work with Biden to build consensus and take proactive steps to steer Sino-US relations in a positive direction. Clarifying in the context of US allegations of genocide against Uighurs in Xinjiang and Tibet as well as Hong Kong, he said China is ready to communicate on human rights on the basis of mutual respect, “but we do not agree with other countries”. Oppose the use of human rights to interfere in internal affairs.

On climate change, he referred to the recent agreement between the US and China at the COP-26 Glasgow summit and said, “China will make the world’s biggest reduction in carbon emissions in the shortest time frame in history.” But Jinping said that solidarity and cooperation is the most powerful weapon for the international community to defeat Kovid-19. It is worth noting that Biden has been suppressing democratic protests in Hong Kong, human rights abuses of the Uighur community in northwest China, He has been critical of Beijing on a range of issues, including military aggression against self-ruled Taiwan. At the same time, Jinping officials have been targeting the Biden administration, accusing it of interfering in China’s internal affairs.

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