Biden meets with the UN Secretary-General

Before the meeting, Antonio Guterres said that the main topic would be the “cold war” between the United States and China.

U.S. President Joe Biden met with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in New York after Guterres called on the U.S. and China to improve relations.

Earlier, Guterres said that the main issue of the meeting would be the “cold war” of the United States and China.

Biden is critical of cooperation with China on COVID-19 and other issues.

However, Biden’s brief statement at the beginning of the meeting with Guterres was only general in nature.

“The Secretary-General and I share a strong commitment to the principles of human freedom and human dignity on which the UN was founded,” he said.

“I look forward to addressing the [General] Assembly tomorrow. This is a great honor for me,” Biden added.

On Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that the relations between the United States and China “are not of a conflict, but a competitive nature” and disputed their characterization given by Guterres.

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