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With this request, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, “We know that the new US administration is reviewing and assessing its foreign policy.” That is why we expect American policy-makers to keep pace with the times and to leave a partisan attitude in view of the world. He was speaking to diplomats, experts and journalists at the ‘Lanting Forum’.
Wang Yi made this statement at a time when China is pressuring US President Joe Biden’s administration to withdraw the confrontational steps taken by his predecessor Donald Trump. “We hope that America will return to the old policy regarding Beijing for the betterment of the relationship between the two countries and will not doubt it unnecessarily,” he said. However, it is unclear whether the US will make any changes to its policies.
China is troubled by restrictions
Complaints related to business and technology include cases where China is pressurizing the US. It is because of this that Trump increased taxes on goods imported from China in 2017 and banned the exchange of Chinese technology companies and educational programs. China is now deeply troubled by these restrictions because it wants to improve the country’s economy after Kovid-19.
Stop separatist forces in Tibet, Hong Kong, Xinjiang
The US has expanded military and diplomatic relations with Taiwan over the years, while China considers it its territory. The US imposed sanctions on Chinese officials, alleging atrocities against Muslim minorities in Xinjiang and suppressing independence in Hong Kong. Not only this, the US also imposed new restrictions on Beijing’s interference in the right to choose a new Dalai Lama in Tibet and called the Prime Minister of Tibetan Autonomous Administration Lobsang Sangye for the first time in Washington. China has demanded the US to stop them considering them as separatist forces.
Do not ‘discredit’ the ruling Communist Party
On Monday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi appealed to the US not to ‘discredit’ the ruling China Communist Party (CCP) and one of its party political systems in China. He said that we request the US to refrain from using the wrong words against the CCP. “We are ready for peaceful co-existence and seek common development with America,” Wang said.
Ready for negotiation
On February 11, US President Joe Biden phoned Chinese President Xi Jinping to advise on human rights violations in China. After this, on Monday, the Chinese Foreign Minister said that our intention is not to challenge or erase America. He said, America should have a comprehensive dialogue for effective resolution of sensitive issues. We are always ready for meaningful conversation.
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