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China commits to stay in touch with United States


Beijing, 17 November 2021 (TDI): Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian in his regular press conference on 16 November 2021 stated that China is committed to staying in touch with the United States to strengthen bilateral relations and to deal with global challenges.

He emphasized the virtual meeting of Chinese President Xi Jinping with his U.S counterpart Joe Biden. He stated that the meeting between the heads of state was important to guide the bilateral relations in this critical time. The meeting will help to give a new direction to the Sino-US relations, he added.

The two countries to stay in touch

Zhao underlined that the two counterparts agreed to stay in touch to keep the momentum going. He said that the Chinese President is ready to interact with the U.S President at any time including a direct face-to-face interaction.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson stated that the continuous interaction between the two states will help to build trust and respect between the two states mutually. It will also provide a suitable atmosphere for both states to work together. It will make the two states work in the same direction.

Zhao stressed that China and the United States are the two leading states of the world. Therefore, their relations are crucial for international peace and stability. Thus, China hopes that the United States will continue to build communications with China and will take concrete actions to work with China in an identical direction.

Zhao also pointed out the principles mentioned by the Chinese President at the summit to strengthen the bilateral relations. He said mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and win-win cooperation can lead bilateral relations to new unprecedented heights. Therefore, the two states should stay committed to maintaining dialogue to enhance cooperation for strengthening bilateral relations.

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with United States President Joe Biden virtually on 16 November 2021. They discussed bilateral relations. They agreed on strengthening cooperation. The two counterparts also debated on several global issues. They agreed to enhance cooperation to deal with global challenges.


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