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US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's trip to Tianjin, China has been confirmed for 25-26 July, where she will meet with both Foreign Secretary Wang Yi and Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng.
- Ahead of the trip foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian stated that US-China relations should 'be based on mutual respect'.
- Comes after the US gov't said that Sherman should be "dealing with China from a position of strength,", a comment seen as disrespectful by Beijing. In response Zhao stated that "We didn't accept it [US disrespect] in Anchorage, let alone in Tianjin,"
- Sherman will be the most high-ranking US official to travel to China under the Biden administration. While Sino-American relations remain in a poor state, there is some speculation that a successful trip for Sherman could prompt a meeting between US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Italy in October.