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China, U.S. Hold 'Candid' Talks On Taiwan-Xinhua

CHINA PRESS
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Chinese President Xi Jinping warned his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden that China firmly opposes separatism and “interference by external forces” in Taiwan in a “candid” Thursday call, Xinhua News Agency reported. Xi also emphasized that both sides should maintain communication on macroeconomic policy coordination, maintaining the stability of global supply chains, and safeguarding global energy and food security, Xinhua said. The two heads of state agreed to keep in touch, and instructed the working teams to continue communication and cooperation, Xinhua said.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping warned his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden that China firmly opposes separatism and “interference by external forces” in Taiwan in a “candid” Thursday call, Xinhua News Agency reported. Xi also emphasized that both sides should maintain communication on macroeconomic policy coordination, maintaining the stability of global supply chains, and safeguarding global energy and food security, Xinhua said. The two heads of state agreed to keep in touch, and instructed the working teams to continue communication and cooperation, Xinhua said.