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At the G20 summit, Antony Blinken will speak with the Chinese foreign minister

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At the G20 summit, Antony Blinken will speak with the Chinese foreign minister

The anticipated gathering follows conversations between US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Monday and between US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi last month in Luxembourg.

As his government deals with economic challenges brought on by growing inflation and other pressures following the COVID-19 outbreak, President Joe Biden has stated he is still debating whether to eliminate US tariffs on Chinese imports.

As his government deals with economic challenges brought on by growing inflation and other pressures following the COVID-19 outbreak, President Joe Biden has stated he is still debating whether to eliminate US tariffs on Chinese imports.

However, Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping will also speak in the coming weeks. The White House has stated there is no timeframe for Biden’s decision.

Before the G20 meeting in November, which will also be held in Indonesia, the foreign ministers from the G20 will gather on the Indonesian island of Bali on Thursday and Friday.

At a Group of 20 conferences in Rome in October, Blinken and Wang last spoke. According to the Washington Post, which broke the news of the scheduled talks, their meeting this week would include a discussion of the situation in Ukraine.

Along with the G20 meeting of foreign ministers this week in Bali, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will meet with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, a senior US State Department official, announced Tuesday.

The anticipated gathering follows conversations between US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Monday and between US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi last month in Luxembourg.

As his government deals with economic challenges brought on by growing inflation and other pressures following the COVID-19 outbreak, President Joe Biden has stated he is still debating whether to eliminate US tariffs on Chinese imports.

As his government deals with economic challenges brought on by growing inflation and other pressures following the COVID-19 outbreak, President Joe Biden has stated he is still debating whether to eliminate US tariffs on Chinese imports.

However, Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping will also speak in the coming weeks. The White House has stated there is no timeframe for Biden’s decision.

Before the G20 meeting in November, which will also be held in Indonesia, the foreign ministers from the G20 will gather on the Indonesian island of Bali on Thursday and Friday.

At a Group of 20 conferences in Rome in October, Blinken and Wang last spoke. According to the Washington Post, which broke the news of the scheduled talks, their meeting this week would include a discussion of the situation in Ukraine.

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