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Chinese believe “NEGATIVE ELEMENTS ARE DEVELOPING” in US-China relations.

By b0oua Apr 26, 2024

The Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs confirmed that “negative elements are developing” between Washington and Beijing at a meeting with his American counterpart. The discussion took place in the United States.

Antony Blinken, the Secretary of State of the United States of America, expressed his optimism that China and the United States would make “progress” this past Friday, April 26. He made this statement while beginning meetings with Wang Yi, the Foreign Minister of China, who pointed out that there are growing tensions between the two countries.

During his second trip to the country in a span of less than a year, Antony Blinken stated that he would bring up delicate matters during these meetings in Beijing. These issues include China’s trade policies, its support for Moscow, and Taiwan once more by the Chinese government.

For his part, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi emphasized that relations between the two nations “are beginning to stabilize” after a meeting between American President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in San Francisco in November. The meeting took place in November.

“Relationships are experiencing a wide variety of challenges now. The legitimate development rights of China have been oppressed in an excessive manner, and our fundamental interests are being called into question,” he went on to say.

On the other hand, he posed the question, “Should China and the United States continue to move in the right direction of stability, or should they return to a downward spiral?” This is a significant problem that concerns both of our nations, and it is a challenge that puts both our honesty and our ability to the test.

Antony Blinken made a statement at the beginning of the meeting with Wang Yi, stating that he would be “very clear, very direct.” He also expressed his wish for “progress on the issues on which our presidents have agreed.”

Antony Blinken suggested that the two nations should make every effort to be as “clear as possible in the areas in which we have differences,” at the very least, in order to prevent misunderstandings and make accurate calculations.



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