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14 November 2022 - China Special Weapons News
- Multiple Chinese embassies adjust COVID-19 testing requirements for inbound travelers Global Times 14 Nov 2022 -- A number of Chinese embassies, including the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan, on Sunday adjusted COVID-19 testing requirements for inbound travelers to China, requiring one negative nucleic acid test result within the past 48 hours before boarding.
- China's optimized COVID-19 response measures based on practical experience, data: health official People's Daily 14 Nov 2022 -- A Chinese health official said on Saturday that the 20 newly released measures on epidemic prevention and control were well conceived based on ample practical experience and related assessment data.
- China assisting Cambodia to upgrade naval base normal, not targeting any third party: FM Global Times 14 Nov 2022 -- China assisting Cambodia to improve and upgrade its naval base comports with the domestic laws of both countries, with international laws and customary practices and it does not target any third party, said the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Monday, urging countries outside the region to view the normal exchanges and cooperation between China and Cambodia as they are.
- Biden does not see 'imminent attempt' by China to invade Taiwan CNA 14 Nov 2022 -- United States President Joe Biden raised objections to China's "coercive" actions in the Taiwan Strait in a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping (ç¿’è¿‘å¹³) on Monday but said he did not sense Beijing intended to attack Taiwan in the near future.
- Xi told Biden Taiwan is first red line that must not be crossed, urging US to respect China's path, system Global Times 14 Nov 2022 -- At the very core of China's core interests, the Taiwan question is the first red line that must not be crossed, Chinese President Xi Jinping told US President Joe Biden during the meeting on Monday in Bali, Indonesia, urging the US to respect the differences between the two countries' paths.
- Xi to Biden: Taipei issue China's 'first red line' which must not be crossed Press TV 14 Nov 2022 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has told his US counterpart Joe Biden the issue of Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) is China's "first red line" in bilateral relations, warning that Washington must not cross this line.
- Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning's Regular Press Conference on November 14, 2022 PRC MofA 14 Nov 2022
- Readout of President Joe Biden's Meeting with President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China The White House 14 Nov 2022
- Remarks by President Biden and President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China Before Bilateral Meeting The White House 14 Nov 2022
- President Xi Jinping Meets withâ€‚U.S. President Joe Biden in Bali PRC MofA 14 Nov 2022 -- On the afternoon of 14 November local time, President Xi Jinping had a meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden in Bali, Indonesia. The two presidents had a candid and in-depth exchange of views on issues of strategic importance in China-U.S. relations and on major global and regional issues.
- Xi Jinping: Put China-U.S. relationship on the right course and bring it back to the track of healthy and stable growth PRC MofA 14 Nov 2022 -- On the afternoon of 14 November local time, President Xi Jinping had a meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden in Bali, Indonesia.â€‚
- Leaders of China, U.S. need to set right course for bilateral ties, says Xi PLA Daily 14 Nov 2022 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Monday here during a meeting with his U.S. counterpart, Joe Biden, that as leaders of two major countries, they need to set the right course for bilateral ties.
- Biden and Xi sit down for high-stakes meeting ahead of G20 summit amid strained ties Press TV 14 Nov 2022 -- US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Monday held their first in-person meeting as presidents ahead of the Group of 20 (G20) Summit in Bali, amid strained ties over a range of issues from Taiwan to Russia's military operation in Ukraine.
- Analysis: Biden-Xi summit delivers calmer tone, reminders of US-China fault lines Radio Free Asia 14 Nov 2022 -- Highly anticipated yet viewed with low expectations, the summit Monday between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping improved the tone in bilateral contacts after years of tensions while underscoring how Taiwan looms over efforts to keep a strategic rivalry from spiraling into conflict.
- Biden, Xi strike conciliatory tone at talks but air stark differences over Taiwan Radio Free Asia 14 Nov 2022 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden struck a conciliatory tone at three hours of talks Monday on the Indonesian island of Bali where they aired stark differences but underscored the need to prevent the U.S.-China strategic rivalry spilling into conflict.
- Biden Meets with China's Xi, Discusses Taiwan, Trade, Rights VOA 14 Nov 2022 -- U.S. President Joe Biden said Monday that he does not believe China's leaders plan an "imminent" attack on Taiwan, but he said Washington remains committed to maintaining peace in the Taiwan Strait.
- 'Landmark' Court Ruling Blocks Europe Extraditions to China VOA 14 Nov 2022 -- All extraditions to China from Europe could be blocked after a recent ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), in a judgment that campaigners described as a landmark decision with global ramifications.
- Doorstop interview - Bali Prime Minister of Australia 14 Nov 2022 -- B20; G20; Australia's relationship with China; MoU signing with BCA and Kadin
- Doorstop - Bali Prime Minister of Australia 14 Nov 2022 -- Arrival in Bali for G20 Summit; Bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi.
- Premier Li Keqiang Met and Talked to Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on the Sidelines of Leaders' Meetings on East Asia Cooperation PRC MofA 14 Nov 2022
- Premier Li Keqiang Respectively Meets and Talks with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, the ROK President Yoon Suk-yeol, and Philippine President Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos on the Sidelines of Leaders' Meetings on East Asia Cooperation PRC MofA 14 Nov 2022
- Premier Li Keqiang Meets with Lao Prime Minister Phankham Viphavanh PRC MofA 14 Nov 2022
- China-Australia ties see major turn in 'coming out of the cold' Global Times 14 Nov 2022 -- In the first face-to-face meeting between top officials from China and Australia in three years, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said while meeting with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese that China is ready to meet Australia halfway and work together to promote sustained and healthy ties, amid a series of positive signals that Canberra has sent over recent days in a bid to patch up an icy relationship with Beijing in the past few years.
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