Chinese President Xi Jinping and then-US Vice-President Joe Biden during an arrival ceremony in Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 24, 2015. China’s embassy in Afghanistan recognised the “new US administration” just ahead of Xi’s formal congratulation to Biden on Wednesday. Photo: AP Chinese President Xi Jinping and then-US Vice-President Joe Biden during an arrival ceremony in Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 24, 2015. China’s embassy in Afghanistan recognised the “new US administration” just ahead of Xi’s formal congratulation to Biden on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Chinese President Xi Jinping and then-US Vice-President Joe Biden during an arrival ceremony in Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 24, 2015. China’s embassy in Afghanistan recognised the “new US administration” just ahead of Xi’s formal congratulation to Biden on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Afghanistan

China offers cooperation with ‘new US administration’ after Afghanistan conference

  • Recognition of US President-elect Joe Biden comes just before a formal congratulations by Xi Jinping
  • The statement by the Chinese embassy in Afghanistan says it seeks ‘to build a Sino-US relationship that is balanced, cooperative and stable’

Topic |   Afghanistan
Chinese President Xi Jinping and then-US Vice-President Joe Biden during an arrival ceremony in Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 24, 2015. China’s embassy in Afghanistan recognised the “new US administration” just ahead of Xi’s formal congratulation to Biden on Wednesday. Photo: AP Chinese President Xi Jinping and then-US Vice-President Joe Biden during an arrival ceremony in Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 24, 2015. China’s embassy in Afghanistan recognised the “new US administration” just ahead of Xi’s formal congratulation to Biden on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Chinese President Xi Jinping and then-US Vice-President Joe Biden during an arrival ceremony in Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 24, 2015. China’s embassy in Afghanistan recognised the “new US administration” just ahead of Xi’s formal congratulation to Biden on Wednesday. Photo: AP
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