US, Chinese foreign ministers meet amid Taiwan tensions | News | DW

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks Friday on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, currently underway in New York.

The diplomats shook hands and exchanged pleasantries before they sat down with aides on the sidelines of the summit.

They both met in July, in Bali, Indonesia, where Blinken pressured China over Russia’s war in Ukraine among othr things.

The two also sounded optomistic about ensuring better stability at that time.

Blinken met with his counterparts from Australia, Japan and India, or the so-called Quad leaders, before meeting Wang Yi. Beijing views the grouping as an attempt by Washington to encircle China with US allies.

US said meeting was part of effort to maintain lines of communication

A statement…

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