Tracking People’s Daily — August 20, 2020

  • “At present, there is an urgent need for a new dialogue between China and the United States. Now China and the United States are more likely to use various channels of dialogue to open up the core interests and strategic intentions of both sides. China made it clear that the door to China’s dialogue is open. As long as the US is willing, China can restore and restart dialogue mechanisms at all levels and in all fields at any time. There may be quarrels in the dialogue, it does not matter, the important thing is that the two parties have to talk in good faith.”
  • “Today, the two sides must also conduct rational and objective analysis of fundamental issues such as international order and global governance, and avoid pan-ideological problems in the relations between the two countries. Once ideological factors are allowed to dominate the relationship between the two countries, it will distort the truth of the matter and cause serious damage to the relationship between the two countries.”
  • Finally, this: “We must continue to constructively manage differences, abide by the principles and spirit of the three Sino-US joint communiqués, and respect each other’s core interests and major concerns.”




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