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EU and US to jointly increase pressure on China

The European Union wants to coordinate with partner nations like the United States and Japan in the event of Chinese support for Russia in the Ukraine crisis. US President Joe Biden is heading to Brussels this week for a G7 and NATO meeting. Biden is also attending a summit of EU leaders with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. During the visit to Brussels, Biden will coordinate with EU partners on how to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a senior US official told Reuters. This includes concerns that China could provide material support to Russia.

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