China’s Xi tells Biden that ‘Ukraine crisis is not something we want to see’: report

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Chinese President Xi Jinping told U.S. President Joe Biden during a Friday phone call that the world’s prevailing trend of peace and development is facing serious challenges, according to a report from Xinhua, a Chinese state-run news agency. “The Ukraine crisis is not something we want to see,” Xi said, according to the report. The Chinese leader also reportedly said conflict and confrontation are not in anyone’s interest, peace and security are what the international community should treasure the most, and China and the U.S. should “work for world peace and tranquility.” The call, which was expected to focus on Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine, began at 9:03 a.m. Eastern and ended at 10:53 a.m. Eastern, according to the White House.

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