US, China agree in principle to Biden-Xi summit

US, China agree in principle to Biden-Xi summit

Updated October 28, 2023 at 2:32 p.m. ET

WASHINGTON — China and the United States are moving closer to holding a summit between President Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping after months of cautious diplomatic maneuvering to repair ties.

Two days of meetings between Biden, members of his national security team and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi this week resulted in “an agreement in principle” for a summit in San Francisco next month, an official said Saturday American. China’s Foreign Ministry, in its assessment of Wang’s meetings, said: “The two sides agreed to work together to achieve a meeting of the two heads of state in San Francisco.” »

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