Response delayed by Chines Embassy when asked for comment on Blinken’s interview.

The commitments was done to included regulatory changes on agricultural biotechnology and commitments to purchase some $200 billion in U.S. exports over two years is swept with the deal
Blinken arrived in London on Sunday for a G7 foreign ministers meeting where China is one of the issues on the agenda.
In the interview, Blinken said the United States was not aiming to “contain China” but to “uphold this rules-based order – that China is posing a challenge to. Anyone who poses a challenge to that order, we’re going to stand up and – and defend it.”
Biden has identified competition with China as his administration’s greatest foreign policy challenge. In his first speech to Congress last Wednesday, he pledged to maintain a strong U.S. military presence in the Indo-Pacific and to boost U.S. technological development.
Blinken said he speaks to Biden “pretty close to daily.”

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