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China believes the path to a Xi-Biden meeting in San Francisco in November won’t be ‘smooth sailing’

BEIJING (AP) — China’s foreign minister says the road to an expected meeting between President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden would not be “smooth sailing.” In a meeting between Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Biden, together with the latter’s top aides, both sides agreed to work toward a bilateral meeting in November. In a summary of their discussions released by China’s foreign ministry, Wang said they could not rely on “autopilot” to make the meeting happen. Wang’s three-day visit to Washington came at a time when tensions between the countries remain high over trade and other issues.

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