US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping "will be involved in the coming weeks", but not immediately after the G-7 summit, but the White House's national security Jake Sullivan, an adviser to the security affairs, said on Monday.
Meanwhile, according to diplomatic sources, US and Chinese chief diplomats are planning a bystander meeting for G20 ministers next month in Bali, Indonesia.
Mr. Sullivan told reporters that there was an "urgent need" between the G-7 and NATO member states to address the challenges raised by China, "of these challenges. We are calling for coordination among the world's major market democracies to address some. " .. In particular, China's non-market economic practices, debt approach, and human rights approach.
NATO leaders will meet in Madrid later this week. U.S. officials and analysts are expected this year to certify a new strategic concept, NATO's most important working document for the organization after the 1949 North Atlantic Treaty, so the People's Republic of China (PRC) It states that discussing approaches to is at the top of the agenda. The final strategic concept was agreed in 2010.
NATO's strategic concept "speaks in an unprecedented way about the challenges China raises," Sullivan said on Monday, and competition between the United States and China "does not mean conflict or conflict." The idea that China refused.
"China is firmly opposed to the definition of Central America. China's top diplomat, Yang Kiyi, said in a recent meeting with Sullivan on June 13 in Luxembourg. He reiterated that China is seeking bilateral relations with the United States on the basis of "mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and mutually beneficial cooperation."
During next month's G20 ministerial meeting, a face-to-face meeting between US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will be held as Russia intensifies its attacks in Ukraine. Will be done.
After Russia invaded Ukraine, senior US officials questioned China's allegations of "neutrality."
According to Chinese customs data, in May China imported about 8.42 million tonnes of crude oil from Russia. This is a 55% increase from a year ago. Russia has overtaken Saudi Arabia to become China's top oil provider as the United States and other Western countries continue to sanction Moscow's energy exports.
"I'm disappointed that the rhetoric from Beijing wasn't what I expected, but there is material support that would actually strengthen the physical efforts of the Russian government to crush Ukraine. I don't even know what I saw. "