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China's Foreign Ministry: Xi Jinping and Biden's meeting did not change position on war in Ukraine

China says its position on the war in Ukraine has not changed

During the meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping in San Francisco, the parties also discussed the war in Ukraine and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In this regard, the Chinese side noted that after the talks, the country's position on both issues has not changed.

This was stated by Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning during a regular press conference, according to the Chinese Embassy in Washington. She emphasized that China supports the principles of equality and justice and will facilitate negotiations to achieve peace.

"Indeed, the two presidents exchanged views on international and regional issues of common concern, including the crisis in Ukraine and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. China's position on both issues is clear and consistent. We stand on the side of equality and justice and remain committed to promoting peace and de-escalation negotiations," the spokeswoman said.

Earlier it was reported that Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning said during a briefing that the meeting between the Chinese President and the US President, which took place in San Francisco on November 15, marked the beginning of a new stage in relations between Beijing and Washington. During the talks, Xi Jinping emphasized the importance of cooperation and identified areas where the two countries could successfully interact.

On November 15, Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in San Francisco to meet with U.S. President Joe Biden. This is the first meeting between the two superpowers in a year and Xi's first visit to the United States in six years.

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