China’s foreign ministry released a statement summarizing discussions with US officials, saying that the road to a bilateral meeting between China’s President Xi Jinping and President Joe Biden won’t be easy. They cannot rely on smooth progress and need to actively work towards it. The visit by China’s vice foreign minister, Wang Yi, to Washington happened amidst tensions between the two countries over technology exports and China’s assertiveness in the East and South China Seas. Despite the unresolved issues, both sides believe that maintaining dialogue is beneficial and necessary. This meeting is part of ongoing high-level contacts between the two countries, as they explore the possibility of stabilizing their relationship. Wang also referenced a previous meeting between Xi and Biden at a G20 summit, emphasizing the need for a return to constructive discussions on issues like Taiwan, trade tensions, climate change, health, and food security. Wang highlighted the importance of eliminating interference, overcoming obstacles, enhancing consensus, and achieving tangible results. The discussion also touched on military, financial, technological, and cultural exchanges, as well as the crises in the Middle East and Ukraine.
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