After meeting with Biden, Xi Jinping says China is ready to be a friend and partner of the United States
After his meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden, President Xi Jinping said that Beijing intends to build and maintain exclusively partnership relations with Washington. Neither side is interested in confrontation and conflict between the two largest economies in the world.
This was reported by Reuters. The Chinese leader assessed his visit to the United States as fruitful and is optimistic about further relations with the White House.
"China will never seek hegemony or expansion and will never impose its will on others. Our country does not seek spheres of influence and will not wage a cold or hot war with anyone," Xi assured.
As a reminder, on November 15, Chinese President Xi and US President Biden met in San Francisco. For this purpose, the Chinese politician flew to America for the first time in six years.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, President Biden described the conversation with his Chinese counterpart the day before as "one of the most constructive and productive discussions." According to him, the talks focused on issues that are in the interests of both countries, as well as global challenges, including the war launched by Russia against Ukraine.