The secretary of state wouldn't weigh in on reports that Musk denied Ukrainians access to Starlink satellite network in order to thwart an attack on Russian forces.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken praised the summit's final declaration, despite it not explicitly condemning Russia's aggression against Ukraine.
The violence came amid U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken's visit to Kyiv, where he is expected to announce more than $1 billion in new American funding.
The U.S. secretary of state acknowledged that Ukraine's counteroffensive is still in its "early days."
The attempt by Wagner fighters to revolt against the Kremlin reveals weaknesses in the Russian president's reign, according to the secretary of state.
Despite his presence in China, Blinken and other U.S. officials had played down the prospects for any significant breakthroughs on the most vexing issues.
Shortly before leaving for China, Blinken emphasized the importance of the U.S. and China establishing and maintaining better lines of communication.
Antony Blinken had previously postponed a trip to the country indefinitely after the discovery and shootdown of what the U.S. said was a Chinese spy balloon.
A spokesperson gave an awkward reply when asked why Blinken showed up to Henry Kissinger's birthday blowout.
The U.S. secretary of state added Moscow must pay a share of Ukraine’s reconstruction and be held accountable for invading its neighbor.