China’s Top Diplomat Seeks “Dialogue”Cooperation with U.S.

SHANGHAI, (Reuters) – China and the United States should pursue dialogue and not confrontation and avoid making the same mistakes as during the Cold War. That was what top Chinese diplomat Wang Yi stated on Sunday in his first public remarks since he was appointed head of the Communist Party’s foreign relations office.

On Friday, Wang was replaced by Qin Gang as China’s foreign ministry. However, he was widely believed to continue to play a prominent role within foreign policy following his promotion to the Politburo of the Communist Party, the country’s highest decision-making body, in October.

Wang called on major countries to publish an essay in Seeking Truth, the Party journal. “set an example” Faced with multiple challenges, China has cited Russia’s increased cooperation over 2022.

“Over the past year, we have unremittingly explored the correct way for the two major countries of China and the United States to get along with each other,” He wrote.

“The two countries should establish a way of getting along with mutual respect, peaceful coexistence and win-win cooperation and put China-U.S. relations back on the right track of health and stability,” He stated.

The time Wang served as foreign minister caused tensions to rise between Beijing and Washington over a wide range issues, including trade to Taiwan.

In his Sunday essay, he stated that Taiwan was still at the “core of China’s core interests” And the “foundation” The foundation of China’s relationship with the United States.

(Reporting by David Stanway, Editing by Neil Fullick

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