US President Joe Biden will meet with President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China in Bali on November 14.
This is stated in the statement of the White House.
"The leaders will discuss efforts to maintain and deepen US-China ties, manage competition responsibly, and work together where our interests overlap, especially on transnational challenges that affect the international community," the statement said.
The leaders of the two countries will also discuss a number of regional and global issues, the White House added.
Jake Sullivan, US President's National Security Adviser, said at a briefing that the situation in Ukraine will be discussed at the meeting.
"President Biden will have an opportunity to talk in detail about the crisis in Ukraine during his meeting with President Xi Jinping," he said.
Sullivan emphasized that the US has no data on China's arms transfers to Russia since Biden and Xi Jinping spoke several months ago.
"And we have not seen a massive effort to undermine the sanctions regime, although of course the PRC has continued to maintain economic relations with Russia in recent months," he said.