In Tokyo, Biden will meet with leaders to discuss a range of issues, focusing on progress toward a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, building momentum on alliance goals, and discussing regional and global challenges, the White House said in a release.
In Beijing, Biden will meet with Chinese leaders to consult on global and regional issues of mutual interest.
In Seoul, the vice president will meet with leaders to address bilateral, regional and global challenges, including security threats.
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