Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden met in Bali today for over three hours, the first in-person meeting between the two since Biden was elected. The two leaders talked about the economic relationship, human rights, Taiwan, and regional and global issues. No resolution of any issues in dispute was reached at the meeting, but the two sides said they would continue to communicate.
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