On November 13, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning hosted a regular press conference. A reporter asked questions about the China-US Presidential Meeting and other related issues.
Mao Ning said that regarding President Xi Jinping’s invitation to the United States for the China-U.S. Presidential Meeting, China has announced that the two heads of state will discuss strategic, overall, and directional issues related to China-U.S. relations, as well as major issues related to world peace and development. Communicate issues in depth. China has always viewed and handled Sino-US relations in accordance with the three principles of mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and win-win cooperation proposed by President Xi Jinping.
Mao Ning said that competition between major powers does not conform to the trend of the times and cannot solve the United States’ own problems and the challenges facing the world. China is not afraid of competition, but we oppose defining Sino-US relations by competition. When it comes to concerns, the United States should truly respect China’s reasonable concerns and legitimate rights to development, instead of only emphasizing its own concerns, harming China’s interests, and trying to shape other countries according to its own wishes and models. This is wishful thinking from the beginning and is a typical hegemony. Doctrine cannot succeed.
Mao Ning pointed out that China does not seek to change the United States, and the United States should not seek to shape or change China. He hopes that the United States will implement its commitment not to seek a “new cold war” and have no intention of conflict with China, and jointly promote Sino-US relations to return to healthy and stable development. track. The status quo across the Taiwan Strait is that both sides of the Taiwan Strait belong to one China. What really changes the status quo is the Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party and the external forces that support and condone its pursuit of “Taiwan independence.”
Mao Ning pointed out that the Taiwan issue is China’s internal affairs, and the solution of the Taiwan issue is the Chinese people’s own business and does not tolerate any external interference. Successive U.S. governments have made clear commitments on the Taiwan issue. During the Bali meeting, the U.S. made it clear that the U.S. government does not support “Taiwan independence.” The U.S. should earnestly abide by the one-China principle and oppose “Taiwan independence” with practical actions. China has clearly stated the essence of the South China Sea issue and China’s principled position on many occasions. It does not mean that we do not want an additional inch of China’s territory, and we will not give up an inch of China’s territory.
Mao Ning said that China is committed to resolving relevant disputes through negotiation and consultation with relevant countries. At the same time, our will to defend national sovereignty and territorial integrity is unswerving. The United States should stop making excuses and intervening in China’s territorial and maritime rights and interests disputes with relevant countries, and more Relevant issues must not be used to contain and contain China.
Mao Ning emphasized that the world is currently paying close attention to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. China has always stood on the side of fairness and justice, maintained close communication with relevant parties, and is committed to cooling down the situation and protecting civilians. It is hoped that the United States will uphold an objective and fair stance and play a constructive role in promoting a ceasefire and an end to the war as soon as possible.
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(Source of article: CCTV News Client)
Article source: CCTV News Client
Original title: Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The heads of state of China and the United States will have in-depth communication on strategic, overall and directional issues related to the relations between the two countries.
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