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Washington, March 12: The administration of US President Joe Biden on Thursday said that the US will directly negotiate with China on the issue of massacre of Uygar Muslims. The Biden administration said that a number of global issues are likely to be discussed at the Quadrilateral Alliance (Quad) summit. Read also: America: Biden signs US $ 1,900 billion relief plan
White House press secretary Jane Saki said in her daily press conference, “The issue of genocide against Uyghur Muslims will be a subject of discussion which will be discussed not only directly with China next week but on Friday (Quad summit) This issue will also certainly arise. ”
Saki said, “I know that this summit has many interests, but we hope that there will be talks on many global issues.” He reiterated that the quad conference is not focused on China.
“Of course China is an issue in the minds of many politicians and countries, but we hope that they will discuss climate change crisis, economic cooperation, ways to deal with Kovid-19 and many other issues,” he said. Whatever is happening about this (about Uygar Muslims), the US considers it a genocide and we are looking for an opportunity to work together with allies to pressure China. We will raise this issue directly with China next week.
A few days after the Quad summit, the US Secretary of State and the National Security Advisor are scheduled to meet with their Chinese counterparts on March 18 in Anchorage, Alaska.
Responding to a question, Saki said, “We felt it necessary that the talks to be held next week take place on American soil.” We hope that National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Foreign Minister Tony Blinken will discuss these issues.
In a separate press conference, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ned Price said, “There may be some difficulties in negotiations”.