In separate statements by the US and China on 17 September, both sides called the two-day talks in Malta on 16 and 17 September “candid, concrete and constructive”.
Accordingly, the two officials promised to continue high-level talks, but did not say when the next round of talks would take place or who would lead the negotiating team.
America’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. Photo: EPA-EFE
according to the sheet South China Morning PostA senior official in US President Joe Biden’s administration said Mr Sullivan raised US concerns about China providing various types of assistance to Russia. However, this person said U.S. officials have not yet seen any fatalities.
According to the official, the two sides also discussed additional high-level meetings, but did not confirm whether they would include the meeting between Mr. Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the APEC summit in San Francisco on September 11 or No.
The official said: “Both sides are committed to consultations in the two areas, particularly political and security developments in the Asia-Pacific, maritime and arms control issues as well as international cooperation.” Policy planning.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said Mr Wang Yi stressed that the Taiwan issue is the first red line that cannot be crossed in China-US relations.
The above meeting is the latest conversation to follow recent visits by four other top officials in President Joe Biden’s administration, including Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo and top climate envoy John Kerry.
Wang is scheduled to visit Moscow this week for talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Chinese President Xi Jinping will not attend the UN General Assembly meeting in New York this week. Therefore, it is likely that there will be no high-level meeting between the US and China at the above event.