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Macron calls Biden meeting ‘start of trust process’ they are ‘building together’

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Macron calls Biden meeting ‘start of trust process’ they are ‘building together’

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In addition to US President Biden’s meetings with world leaders ahead of the G20 and COP26 summits, there is also a focus on other actors, including Chinese leader Xi Jinping and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has just come from ‘have a phone conversation on Friday, according to Chinese. Xinhua state media.

The call between the two leaders comes as China has confirmed that Xi will address the G20 via video link. Xi did not travel overseas during the pandemic.

They had an “in-depth conversation,” a Downing Street spokesperson confirmed, adding that the discussion focused on issues such as “the climate crisis before COP26, global trade and economic cooperation, and security and human rights”.

Johnson stressed “the importance for all countries to step up their ambition on climate change at COP26 and to take concrete steps to reduce emissions and accelerate the transition to renewable energy, including the phasing out of coal. “, according to Downing Street.

“At the same time, they agreed to cooperate in areas of common interest, such as the development of clean and green technologies and support for the sustainable recovery of the world economy,” the spokesperson added.

Johnson also recognized China’s new nationally determined contribution and “commended the country’s work on the COP15 biodiversity summit, noting how critical nature conservation is to our global climate goals,” according to the communicated.

The two leaders also referred to “broader international security issues”, which included the situation in Afghanistan, and acknowledged that “there were areas of disagreement and difficulty in bilateral relations”.

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