China became one of the last major governments to congratulate U.S. President-elect Joe Biden
Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on November 25 and expressed hope for “win-win cooperation” amid conflicts over trade, technology and security.
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China became one of the last major governments to congratulate Mr. Biden. There was no explanation for the delay but some commentators suggest Beijing might want to avoid straining relations with President Donald Trump, who hasn’t conceded.
In a congratulatory message, Mr. Xi told Mr. Biden that “healthy and stable” relations were “the common expectation of the international community,” according to a statement carried by the official Xinhua News Agency.
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“We hope the two sides will uphold the spirit of non-conflict and non-confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation, will focus on cooperation, control differences and promote healthy and stable development of Chinese-U.S. relations,” the statement said.
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