“Relationship with China is one of strong competition,” says United States

America’s relationship with China is one among “robust competitors” and the Biden administration will work in shut coordination with companions and allies to make it possible for it’s coming from a place of energy, the White Home has stated, a day after Beijing urged the US to cease interfering in its inner affairs and elevate commerce sanctions.

America’s relationship with China is one of “strong competition” and the Biden administration will work in close coordination with partners and allies to make sure that it is coming from a position of strength, the White House has said, a day after Beijing urged the US to stop interfering in its internal affairs and lift trade sanctions.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made the comments on Monday while responding to a question on a statement made by Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on the China-US ties.

Wang said that the US should stop “smearing” the ruling Communist Party of China and its one-party political system, lift sanctions on trade and halt Washington’s backing of “separatist forces? in Taiwan, Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang. He also said that the Biden administration should adjust the hardline policy pursued by former President Donald Trump towards Beijing to check its growing influence.

At the White House briefing, Psaki said, “there is, of course, a review of our tariffs and the tariffs that were put in place. I don’t have any update on that at this point in time. We believe the relationship with China is one of strong competition. We want to come to that relationship from a position of strength. Last week, more than 15 legislations were introduced in Congress against China.

The relations between China and the US are at an all-time low. The two countries are currently engaged in a bitter confrontation over various issues, including trade, the origins of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the communist giant’s aggressive military moves in the disputed South China Sea and human rights.

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