Xi Jinping, President of China, and Joe Biden, President of the United States, Arrive in San Francisco for the APEC Economic Cooperation Summit.
International media have reported that the two global superpowers are set to meet on the sidelines of this conference on Thursday, the twenty-fourth of November, in San Francisco.
For the first time since 2017, the Chinese president has embarked on a journey to the United States.
He is scheduled to meet with Joe Biden in an undisclosed location in San Francisco on Thursday, followed by his participation in the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit.
The meeting between the United States and China leaders is taking place on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in San Francisco. It is expected to last for hours, with teams of officials from Washington and Beijing also engaged in discussions during the encounter.
Before this meeting, officials from the Biden administration had announced that a wide range of global issues would be discussed and examined during this meeting.
These topics include conflicts such as the Israel-Palestine conflict and the Ukraine-Russia conflict and issues related to North Korea’s relations with Russia, Taiwan, the Indo-Pacific region, human rights, artificial intelligence, and “fair” trade and economic relations.