Biden says he sees no ‘imminent [Chinese] attempt’ to invade Taiwan

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President Joe Biden on Monday said that he did not believe China was making immediate plans to invade Taiwan and that Washington and Beijing need not enter a cold war.

Speaking in Bali, Indonesia, following his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Biden said he and Xi were clear with each other, with Biden emphasizing that the U.S. objects to Beijing’s aggressive actions toward Taiwan.

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