China, US consider roadmap to boost ties

Beijing, April 13 (IANS) US Secretary of State John Kerry Saturday expressed interest in creating a roadmap to facilitate the development of bilateral ties while meeting Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

Wang said bilateral ties have had a good start, adding that he hopes both sides can create a roadmap that can promote dialogue and cooperation, reported Xinhua.

“We hope both sides can continue to address differences based on the spirit of mutual

respect,” Wang said.

Currently, the most important task in terms of boosting ties is converting the consensus reached between both sides into specific policies and action, Wang said.

President Xi Jinping had a telephone conversation with his US counterpart Barack Obama March 14. Both leaders agreed to continue to boost their partnership’s development and find a path for a new type of relations between two major powers.

Kerry said he hopes his visit will help provide a direction for the development of bilateral dialogue.

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