Original title: The White House said that Kerry’s visit to China will reaffirm the building of a positive cooperation between China and the United States
Xinhuanet Washington, February 9th (Reporter Zhilin Fei Zhou Jiejie) State Department Spokesman Psaki said in a statement on the 9th that Secretary of State Kerry will reiterate during his visit to China that the United States is committed to establishing a “active, cooperative and comprehensive” relationship with China.
In the statement, Psaki announced that Kerry will visit South Korea, China, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates from the 13th to the 18th of this month. She said that Kerry will meet with senior Chinese government officials in Beijing and convey the following message: The United States is committed to seeking a positive, cooperative and comprehensive relationship with China and welcomes a peaceful and active role in world affairs. The rise of a prosperous China. Kerry will also discuss with China the regional issues including the North Korean nuclear issue and emphasize the importance of cooperation between China and the United States on climate change and clean energy issues.
Psaki said that during his visit to South Korea, Kerry will discuss with the ROK to strengthen cooperation in regional and global affairs and continue to coordinate closely on the DPRK issue. During the visit to Indonesia, the two sides will continue to Cooperation on climate change, security, democracy, regional integration, etc., in addition to Kerry will also meet with the ASEAN Secretary-General; during the visit to the United Arab Emirates, Kerry will discuss bilateral and regional issues involving the common interests of the two countries with the Afghan officials.
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