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MNI BRIEF: China Seeks Stable Relations with US - Wang

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The US and China should seek to understand each other's domestic and foreign policies, strategic intentions, and establish a tone of dialogue rather than confrontation, China's Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi said at a press conference, where he outlined details of the meeting between President Xi Jinping and President Joe Biden In Bali.

Wang said the first meeting between the two leaders in three years set a clear direction for China-US relations as both leaders said they attached great importance to the relationship and hoped to gradually steer bilateral relations back on a healthy and stable track. The agreed to strengthen communication and exchanges, and promote practical cooperation.

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The US and China should seek to understand each other's domestic and foreign policies, strategic intentions, and establish a tone of dialogue rather than confrontation, China's Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi said at a press conference, where he outlined details of the meeting between President Xi Jinping and President Joe Biden In Bali.

Wang said the first meeting between the two leaders in three years set a clear direction for China-US relations as both leaders said they attached great importance to the relationship and hoped to gradually steer bilateral relations back on a healthy and stable track. The agreed to strengthen communication and exchanges, and promote practical cooperation.

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