Latest talks between senior Chinese, U.S. officials candid, in-depth, constructive: spokesman

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The latest talks held between senior Chinese and U.S. officials were candid, in-depth and constructive, with both sides agreeing to maintain
communication, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin on Monday.

Speaking at a regular press conference in Beijing, Wang briefed on the talks held on Sunday and Monday between Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian Affairs Daniel J. Kritenbrink and Senior Director for China Affairs of the White House National Security Council, Laura Rosenberger, in Langfang City of north China’s Hebei Province.

“From Dec. 11 to 12, Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng held talks with visiting U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian Affairs Daniel J. Kritenbrink and Senior Director for China Affairs of the White House National Security Council, Laura Rosenberger, in Langfang, Hebei Province. The two sides had in-depth discussions on implementing the consensus between the two heads of state reached at the 2022 G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, advancing consultations on guiding principles for China-U.S. relations, properly handling the Taiwan question and other important and sensitive issues in bilateral relations, strengthening exchanges at all levels and conducting cooperation in relevant areas. They also exchanged views on an extensive range of international and regional issues of common interest. The two sides agreed that the talks were candid, in-depth and constructive and agreed to maintain communication,” Wang said.

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