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USA NEWS – China called it an ‘ironic attempt to divide’, reversing the performance of the US-Japan alliance during talks between US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihida Suga. 

China said the joint statement on shared values ​​about democracy and human rights at Suga and Biden’s press conference on Friday and expressed concern about China’s activities in the Indian Pacific region was ‘well beyond the normal development scope of bilateral relations’. 

A spokesman for the Chinese embassy in Washington said in a statement on Saturday, “It cannot be more ironic that the promotion and division of divisions against other countries has been kept under the flag of ‘free and free'”.

The statement by Japanese and American leaders also mentioned the importance of ‘peace and stability’ in the Taiwan Strait

This is the first time a Japanese Prime Minister has discussed Taiwan with the US after a discussion between Richard Nixon and Isaku Sato in 1969. Earlier, US President Joe Biden said after the first in-person bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga that there was no alternative to face-to-face talks. 

Biden said this at a joint press conference with Suga (72) at the Rose Garden in the White House. This was Biden’s first face-to-face meeting with another country’s leader.

Speaking on the occasion, Biden mentioned the importance of face-to-face meetings, saying that they had met many times before in the G7 meeting and the Summit of leaders involved in the Quadratic Security Dialogue (QUAD), but ‘I am your I greatly appreciate the opportunity to spend time together and sit face to face and exchange ideas. 

We are still following the precautionary measures related to the Kovid-19 and taking precautions, but our commitment to an in-person meeting shows how much we value Japan and America’s relations.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTUSA NEWS – China called it an ‘ironic attempt to divide’, reversing the performance of the US-Japan alliance during talks between US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihida Suga. China said the joint statement on shared values ​​about democracy and human rights at Suga and Biden’s press conference on Friday and expressed concern about China’s activities in the Indian Pacific region was ‘well beyond the normal development scope of bilateral relations’. A spokesman for the Chinese embassy in Washington said in a statement on Saturday, “It cannot be more ironic that the promotion and division of divisions against other countries has been kept under the flag of ‘free and free'”.The statement by Japanese and American leaders also mentioned the importance of ‘peace and stability’ in the Taiwan StraitThis is the first time a Japanese Prime Minister has discussed Taiwan with the US after a discussion between Richard Nixon and Isaku Sato in 1969. Earlier, US President Joe Biden said after the first in-person bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga that there was no alternative to face-to-face talks. Biden said this at a joint press conference with Suga (72) at the Rose Garden in the White House. This was Biden’s first face-to-face meeting with another country’s leader.Speaking on the occasion, Biden mentioned the importance of face-to-face meetings, saying that they had met many times before in the G7 meeting and the Summit of leaders involved in the Quadratic Security Dialogue (QUAD), but ‘I am your I greatly appreciate the opportunity to spend time together and sit face to face and exchange ideas. We are still following the precautionary measures related to the Kovid-19 and taking precautions, but our commitment to an in-person meeting shows how much we value Japan and America’s relations.
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