With the downturn in Sino-US relations, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi advocated on Monday that the United States remove tariffs and relax restrictions on Chinese companies as a prerequisite for the resumption of communication between China and the United States. The White House did not directly respond to China’s assumptions, only reiterating that the relationship between the United States and China is “full of competition.”
White House spokesperson Jen Psaki responded to Wang Yi’s earlier call for Sino-US relations to get back on track and cancel tariffs on Chinese products at a regular press conference on Monday, local time.
Shaqi did not disclose whether it would adjust the tariffs imposed by former President Donald Trump, but only reiterated that the White House will maintain a strategy of uniting allies to deal with China. She emphasized:
We believe that the relationship with China is full of competition. We want to treat this relationship from a strong position.
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Wang Yi sets out 4 conditions for the resumption of Sino-US talks
Saki reiterated, “That means close coordination with partners and allies in the United States and the world, including partners in Europe and other regions, including the Democrats and Republicans in Congress. It also means focusing on domestic work. , To ensure that we can treat our relationship with China from a strong position.”
She also pointed out that as previously announced, the Joe Biden government is reviewing the tariffs in force and there is no updated information yet.
“The Biden administration is reviewing the tariffs in force”
US State Department spokesperson Ned Price (Ned Price) responded to China’s tariff withdrawal initiative at another press conference, saying that “His (Wang Yi) statement reflects China’s continuing tendency to treat its own predatory economic actions, lack of transparency, Failing to comply with international agreements and suppress universal human rights to avoid accountability.”
It is worth noting that after U.S. President Biden took office, although he has spoken to Chinese President Xi Jinping, the relationship between the two parties has not improved significantly, and they are still fighting in areas of concern to China, such as the South China Sea, Taiwan, and human rights. The Politburo Member Yang Jiechi, Foreign Minister Wang Yi, and Ambassador Cui Tiankai to the United States rarely took turns to speak out in about 24 hours, directly or indirectly shouting to the United States, systematically tracing the source of the deterioration of Sino-US relations, reiterating China’s red line, and Put forward the prerequisites for restoring communication between the two countries. The outside world is concerned about whether there are political signals hidden in Xiezhong.
Among them, Wang Yi made it clear that China is willing to communicate openly and honestly with the US at any time. After reviewing this speech, Wang Yi set forth four major premises for the resumption of Sino-US talks:
1. The United States stops interfering in Hong Kong, Xinjiang, and Tibet issues
2. Abandoning unreasonable tariffs on Chinese products
3. Give up various unilateral sanctions on Chinese companies
4. Abandon various unilateral sanctions on Chinese scientific research and educational institutions
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