7 月 27 noon, Central Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office Director Wang Yi, head of the United States in Washington, East Asia and Pacific Affairs, Assistant Secretary of State Colin Campbell for about an hour of talks, both sides, including U.S. arms some important issues, including arms sales conducted in-depth communication. The picture shows Wang Yi met with U.S. State Department after the entrance interview. WU Qing only agency issued photo
China news agency, Washington, July 29 (Reporter Wu Qingcai) – July 29, the CPC Central Committee’s Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office Director Wang Yi met with U.S. in Washington ? Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and with Deputy Secretary of State William Burns on the Taiwan issue in-depth exchange of views.
Wang Yi expounded China to the United States primarily on the current views on the situation across the Taiwan Straits and the implementation of policy toward Taiwan, hopes to continue to fulfill in the U.S. on the Taiwan-related issues made the commitment to support the peaceful development of cross-strait relations, to maintain stability in the Taiwan Strait to play an active role. Wang also reiterated China’s consistent opposition to the U.S. position on arms sales to Taiwan.
after Wang Yi also met with Assistant Secretary of State Colin Campbell and the White House National Security Council Senior Director for Asian Affairs Russell and other U.S. government officials on the important issues of common concern were discussed in depth. Both sides agreed that the communication is timely, necessary and beneficial, will help enhance the two sides on the Taiwan question of mutual understanding.
U.S. officials praise the cross-strait relations in recent years made significant and positive development, said the United States on the Taiwan issue will continue to resolutely pursue the one China policy. The U.S. side hopes to maintain stability across the Taiwan Straits, would like to see in a stable cross-strait relations can be further developed, in line with the common interests of the United States and China.
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