Joe Biden and Xi Jinping will talk on Monday

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The US president will hold a digital meeting on Monday Joe Biden and its Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, according to sources quoted by Reuters news agency, amid tensions over trade, τα Human Rights and military activities.

Washington and Beijing disagree on issues such as its origins pandemic Covid-19 up to China’s growing nuclear arsenal. U.S. officials say direct contact with the Chinese president is the best way to prevent the relationship between the world’s two largest economies from escalating into conflict.

The White House declined to comment.

Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, as the Athenian-Macedonian News Agency recalls, last spoke on September 9th in a 90-minute conversation that, according to a US official, focused on financial issues, climate change and Covid-19.

Yesterday, the two countries unveiled the framework of an agreement at the UN Climate Summit in Scotland, which aims to promote co-operation in tackling climate change.

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