Biden is cautioned by Xi not to "play with fire" over Taiwan.

July 29, 2022By omar salman

Amid simmering economic and geopolitical tensions, Chinese President Xi Jinping warned his US counterpart Joe Biden against "playing with fire" over Taiwan during their fifth phone discussion as leaders.

According to Chinese state media, Xi reiterated to Biden that the United States should uphold the "one-China concept" and that China vehemently opposes Taiwanese independence as well as "intervention" by outside forces.

According to reports, Xi warned Biden that "those who play with fire will only get burned." "We hope that the US side can see this properly."

In a statement, the White House claimed that Biden informed Xi that US policy remained unchanged and that Washington "strongly opposes unilateral moves to disrupt the status quo or threaten peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait," the body of water separating the island from mainland China.

Zhao Lijian, a spokeswoman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, earlier this week warned that "forceful responses" would be given if the US insisted on following its own course and challenged China's fundamental principles. "The US shall be responsible for any resulting consequences."

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