China's Foreign Ministry: Beijing warns Washington against supporting Taiwan independence


China's Foreign Ministry: Beijing warns Washington against supporting Taiwan independence


China warned the United States not to "send the wrong signals" to pro-Taiwan independence forces, two days before the scheduled virtual meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden on Monday.

The White House confirmed that US President Joe Biden will hold a virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping next Monday 
China's Foreign Ministry said in a statement Saturday that Foreign Minister Wang Yi had asked his US counterpart, Anthony Blinken, not to "send wrong signals" to pro-Taiwan independence forces.

The two ministers also touched on the virtual meeting scheduled to take place between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden on Monday.

The White House confirmed that US President Joe Biden will hold a virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping next Monday.

"The two leaders will discuss ways to responsibly manage competition between the United States and China, as well as ways to work together in areas where our interests coincide," White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a statement Friday.

Psaki stressed that Biden "will clearly state the intentions and priorities of the United States, and will speak clearly and frankly about our special concerns about China."

It is noteworthy that US-China relations have seen rising tensions recently over Taiwan, trade and human rights
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