Home / International / State Exchanges Tools: Save | Print | E-mail | Most Read | Comment
China, US Hold Third Strategic Dialogue
Adjust font size:

China and the US on Wednesday held their third round of strategic dialogue in Beijing at the Chinese Foreign Ministry offices.


"We hope the dialogue will produce positive results," Vice Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said in his opening address.


"The US and China have very important relationship," US Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns said.


"The relationship focuses on bilateral issues that motivate us from day to day, and we also have other issues… (Because) together we have responsibility for global peace and global security," Burns said.


Yang and Burns co-chaired the one-day closed-door dialogue.


Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing and Vice Foreign Minister Dai Bingguo also met with Burns later on Wednesday afternoon.


Two previous rounds of China-US strategic dialogues were held in August and December last year.


(Xinhua News Agency November 8, 2006)

Tools: Save | Print | E-mail | Most Read
Pet Name
China Archives
Related >>
- Hu Tells Bush: No Change on Nuclear Issue Policy
- President Bush Meets China's Special Envoy
- China's Economic Development Very Important to World: Paulson
- US Secretary of State Arrives in Beijing
- Li, Rice Discuss Korean Peninsular Nuclear Issue
- Hu to Meet Abe, Bush During APEC Meeting
Most Viewed >>
> Korean Nuclear Talks
> Reconstruction of Iraq
> Middle East Peace Process
> Iran Nuclear Issue
> 6th SCO Summit Meeting
- China Development Gateway
- Foreign Ministry
- Network of East Asian Think-Tanks
- China-EU Association
- China-Africa Business Council
- China Foreign Affairs University
- University of International Relations
- Institute of World Economics & Politics
- Institute of Russian, East European & Central Asian Studies
- Institute of West Asian & African Studies
- Institute of Latin American Studies
- Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies
- Institute of Japanese Studies