DCM and Minister Wu Xi Delivers a speech on China-US relations
at US-China Business Council

On April 28, 2016, DCM and Minister Madam Wu Xi attended the Chinese Embassy Speaker Series organized by the US-China Business Council (USCBC) and delivered a speech on China-US relations.


In her speech, Madam Wu shared with the group her views on the recent bilateral meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Obama in Washington, D.C. in the margins of the Nuclear Security Summit. During that meeting, the two Presidents agreed to continue deepening practical cooperation as well as constructively managing and controlling differences so as to constantly promote the construction of the new model of major-country relationship. Both sides should fully implement the consensus reached by the two Presidents, strengthen communication , focus on bilateral cooperation and properly manage differences , so as to bring the bilateral relationship to a new level and have a smooth transition into the next administration.


Madam Wu briefed the group China's 13th Five-Year Plan. She pointed out that China is further deepening its reform in all respects and implementing a development approach that is characterized by five key concepts: innovation, coordination, green growth, openness and sharing. The development of China will not only benefit China and US, but also benefit the world.

Madam Wu also talked about South China Sea, DPRK issue. She answered questions related to China-U.S. Strategic trust, one Belt and one road, U.S. Election, etc.

Madam Wu extended appreciation to the US-China Business Council and to the U.S. business communities for longstanding support and contribution to China-US relationship over the years, and called for a more positive and proactive role in building a new model of major country relationship.


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