Chinese President to Joe Biden in his first phone call: A clash between us will be a disaster for the whole world
China and the United States should re-establish their various dialogue mechanisms in order to properly understand each side’s public policy intentions and avoid misunderstanding and miscalculation.
The Chinese and US ministries of foreign affairs could deepen communication on a wide range of issues in bilateral relations and on major regional and international affairs, and more communication could be made between economic and financial agencies, law enforcement agencies, as well as between the militaries of the two countries.
One of the most important events in international relations during the past half century was the establishment and development of Sino-US relations. Despite the occurrence of many twists, turns and difficulties during this period, progress in general continued and fruitful results were achieved, which benefited the two peoples and strengthened peace, stability and prosperity in the world.
The cooperation between China and the United States will benefit both sides, and the conflict will harm both. And cooperation is the only right option for both parties. The cooperation between them can achieve many major events that benefit the two countries and the world, while confrontation is a catastrophic matter for the two countries and the world
China-US relations are currently at an important juncture. Promoting the healthy and stable development of Sino-US relations is a common aspiration of the two peoples and the international community .. The two countries should work together and meet each other midway, adhere to the spirit of non-conflict or confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation, and focus on cooperation and managing differences, And to promote the healthy and stable development of China-US relations. China will continue to contribute to the efforts to combat the new pneumonia epidemic, promote the global economic recovery, and maintain regional peace and stability.
President Biden stressed his fundamental concerns about Beijing’s coercive and unfair economic practices, repression in Hong Kong, human rights violations in Xinjiang, and increasingly assertive measures in the region, including toward Taiwan.