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China said the U.S. must accept three fundamental conditions in managing bilateral relations, including not to challenge or attempt to subvert China's "socialism with Chinese characteristics" structure, not to prevent China's development, including removing technology sanctions, and not to damage China's territorial integrity such as infringing on the issues of Xinjiang, Tibet and Taiwan independence, according to a transcript of a meeting between Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi and U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on Monday.