White House said US and China have 'competitive' relations
The White House said the US and China have "competitive" relations and the Biden administration will work in close coordination with its partners and allies to strengthen its position.
White House spokeswoman Jen Saki's remarks on Monday came after Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi commented on Sino-US relations.
Beijing asked the US to stop interfering in its internal affairs and remove trade restrictions. Wang had said that the US should 'tarnish' the image of China's ruling Communist Party and a party political system and stop supporting 'separatist forces' in Taiwan, Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang. He also said that the Biden administration should also change the steps taken by former President Donald Trump to control China's growing influence. "Certainly our taxes have to be reviewed," Saki said during a conversation with reporters at the White House.
At the moment, we have no information to tell about this. We believe that China and the US have relations with "tightly contested" countries. "He said the Biden administration would work in close coordination with its partners and allies to strengthen its position in relations with China." China and America have never had such a bad relationship before. Both countries are making sharp comments on each other regarding trade, the origin of the Corona virus epidemic, China's aggressive attitude in the South China Sea and human rights issues.