US President Joe Biden’s administration has indicated that it will take a different approach to meet the challenges facing Russia and China. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said, “Regarding China, the president and his administration believe that we need to work with our allies.” We also have to work on what kind of approach we can take with China.
Asked about different viewpoints on China and Russia, he said, “We need to look at that relationship from the perspective of power.” Certainly there are some aspects of relationships. It also has economic and strategic reasons. “I think that Russia’s conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin is a clear proof of this,” Saki said.
He made it clear on the phone to Putin that we can work in the areas. For example, the ‘New Start’ agreement on arms reduction is in the interests of American security. He said, Biden is concerned about many issues. Issues such as electoral interference, hacking and declaring a reward on the killing of American soldiers in Afghanistan are also included. Saaki said, we are reviewing these.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday that his talks with US President Jo Biden agreed to further strengthen relations between the two countries and achieve the goal of restoring peace in the Korean peninsula. The two leaders have had a phone conversation for the first time since Biden became president. Biden Pledged to pursue the Korea-American alliance.