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US President Barack Obama met with Foreign Minister of China Wang Yi

On Wednesday, US President Barack Obama received the Minister of Foreign Affairs of China Wang I. at the White House

Highly appreciating the constructive role of China in international affairs, Obama noted that he was waiting for the November visit to China to discuss in depth with Chairman Xi Jinping the issues of further building a new type of US-China relations in order to promote interstate business cooperation in various fields and jointly counter international and international relations. regional challenges such as climate change, the Ebola epidemic, terrorism, etc.

"We approve of Washington's support for the need for joint efforts to maximize cooperation and minimize disagreements," Wang Yi said, adding that Beijing welcomes President Obama's visit to China, is ready to strengthen strategic mutual trust with Washington, and expand mutually beneficial cooperation in various areas. and to promote the practical construction of a new type of relationship between the two powers.

During the meeting, Wang Yi set forth the principled position of China on the current situation in the Chinese Hong Kong.

On the same day, Wang Yi held a meeting with Assistant President of the United States for National Security Susan Rice, having exchanged views with her on issues of mutual interest. The parties reached a consensus on a number of issues discussed. -

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