Xi Jinping, President Biden, President Vladimir Putin, Jake Sullivan, China

Xi Jinping, President Biden

After Putin meeting, White House now looking to 'engage' with China's Xi Jinping

After Putin meeting, White House now looking to 'engage' with China's Xi Jinping

18/6/2021 2:34:00 PM

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said that what Joe Biden has said 'about there being no substitute for leader-level dialogue as a central part of why he held the summit with Putin yesterday also applies to China and to President Xi Jinping .'

After Putin meeting, White House now looking to 'engage' with China 's Xi Jinping

AdJuristische Sensation - BGH erklärt Beitragserhöhungen für Privatversicherte als unwirksam (BGH Az. IV ZR 314/19)South China Morning PostHong Kong prosecutors questioned by magistrate after letting reporter from pro-Beijing newspaper walk on same charge pursued against RTHK freelancer

Man, 86, jailed for molesting 11-year-old girl and woman on public buses Man in China almost dies after inserting live eel into his rectum to cure constipation 130 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases in Singapore, including 48 unlinked infections

A reporter with a pro-Beijing newspaper in Hong Kong accused of making a false statement when accessing a government car registry has been let off the hook after prosecutors agreed to drop the charge on condition of a binding-over order. The prosecution’s decision stood in marked contrast to the justice department’s handling of a case last year involving an RTHK contributor accused of the same act, prompting Principal Magistrate Ivy Chui Yee-mei to question the difference in approach at Thursday

a day agoSouth China Morning PostChina’s C919 faces new hurdle after US-Europe aviation deal, but accord unlikely to be a ‘game changer’China’s efforts to carve out global market share for its narrow body C919 passenger plane face a fresh hurdle after the United States and the European Union (EU) agreed to a truce in their near 17-year conflict over aircraft subsidies, analysts say. The US and EU announced on Tuesday a five-year suspension of tariffs and plan to establish a working group to address “non-market practices” in other countries, most notably China. China has spent tens of billions of dollars to develop the C919 jet, headtopics.com

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