US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping met before the start of the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia. In this meeting, they agreed to reduce the ongoing disputes between the two countries through peaceful means.
The meeting between the two heads of state was held on the afternoon of November 14. According to the office of the US President, Biden told the Chinese President that there would be fierce competition and conflict between the United States and China on various issues. But he also commented that the two countries should not conflict on these issues.
They also talk about the war in Ukraine. They agreed that the threat of nuclear attack by Russia is not justified at all. They also agreed that nuclear war should not be involved in the current situation.