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Daily Mail: Biden insists there’s no ‘imminent threat’ Beijing will invade Taiwan – after Xi told him island is ‘first red line that cannot be crossed’ in face-to-face meeting: President says there won’t be a ‘new Cold War’ and stands by ‘One China Policy’ 

* President Joe Biden met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Monday evening in Bali, Indonesia 

* They spent three and a half hours discussing North Korea, Taiwan, climate change and food security 

* Afterwards Biden said he believed Beijing was not planning the imminent invasion of Taiwan 

* ‘I’ve met many times with Xi Jinping, and we were candid and clear with one another,’ he said 

* But Xi told Biden that the island was his ‘first red line’ in US-Chinese relations, according to state media 

* The two men last met in 2017 in Davos. This was their first meeting since Biden was sworn in as president 

* They have spoken five times by phone during Biden’s presidency 

* Both Biden and Xi made introductory remarks while cameras rolled at the start of their meeting 

* Neither wore masks, although the entire delegations did 

* Their body language showed their long relationship and at one point Biden put his hand on Xi’s back 

* ‘As leaders of our two nations, we share responsibility, in my view, to show that China and the United States can manage our differences,’ said Biden 

President Joe Biden said he believed there was no imminent threat of China invading Taiwan, after spending three and half hours on Monday evening in a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. 

However, Chinese media were briefed that Xi said the island was the ‘first red line’ in their relationship. 

The two leaders displayed warm body language before cameras were removed from their meeting in Bali, on the sidelines of a G20 summit.  

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WNU Editor: President Xi had only one main message to give to President Biden …. Xi told Biden Taiwan is first red line that must not be crossed, urging US to respect China’s path, system (Global Times). 

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Live: No new Cold War with China, Biden says after meeting Xi — BBC

Biden discusses Taiwan with Xi in effort to avoid ‘conflict’ — AP

Biden, Xi clash over Taiwan, but military action seen as unlikely — Reuters

No ‘new Cold War’ with China, Biden tells G20 after meeting with Xi — France 24

Biden tells Xi ‘One China’ policy toward Taiwan has not changed — The Hill

Biden objects to China’s ‘aggressive’ approach to Taiwan in three-hour meeting with Xi — CNBC

After meeting with Xi, Biden says there “need not be a new Cold War” between U.S. and China — CBS News

Biden and Xi condemn nuclear threats in hourslong meeting — DW

Biden does not believe China has ‘imminent’ plans to invade Taiwan — The Guardian

Biden says after Xi meeting he doesn’t believe there is ‘imminent attempt’ from China to invade Taiwan — FOX News

Biden and Xi say US and China should compete “responsibly” — Axios