The US President Joe biden in a news conference with media representatives that he told his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Monday that we, the United States, would further increase our security position in Asia if Beijing failed to rein in North Korea’s weapons development programmes.
In the same news conference the US president Joe Biden further told that after his first face-to-face talks with Chines president Xi since taking power that they had blunt talks over a wide rang of important issues that are contributing to the worst US-Chinese ties in decades.
On the other hand, the Chines president Xi called Taiwan as the “first red line” and he warned the US president that this red-line must not be crossed in US-China relations, the Chinese state media said.
In a recent important meeting of Biden and Xi, the US president said that we have tried to assue Xi that the US policy related to Taiwan has not changed and it remaines the same as it was, seeking to further lower the tensions about the self-ruled island of Taiwan.
He further said, “I do not think there’s any imminent attempt on the part of China to invade Taiwan,” he told reporters.