President Joe Biden is formally kicking off his participation at a conference of southeast Asian nations on Saturday, looking to emphasize the United States’ commitment in the region

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President Joe Biden is officially starting off his cooperation at a gathering of southeast Asian countries on Saturday

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hoping to underscore the US's responsibility in the district where an approaching China is likewise attempting to grow its impact.

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Biden's endeavors at the Relationship of Southeast Asian Countries culmination are intended to lay the foundation in front of his exceptionally expected to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping

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the main up close and personal experience of Biden's administration with a pioneer whose country the U.S. presently thinks about its most intense financial and military adversary.

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The two chiefs will meet on Monday at the Gather of 20 highest point that brings chiefs from the world's biggest economies, which is held for the current year in Indonesia on the island of Bali

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Traveling to Phnom Penh earlier Saturday, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Biden will raise issues such as freedom of navigation and illegal and unregulated fishing by China with the ASEAN leaders

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Freedom of navigation refers to a dispute involving the South China Sea — where the United States says it can sail and fly wherever international law allows and China

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Biden’s visit to Cambodia — the second ever by a U.S. president — continues his administration’s push to demonstrate its investments in the south Pacific

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Biden will begin his day in Phnom Penh by meeting with Hun Sen, the prime minister of Cambodia, the host for the regional summit

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