U.S., China Agree To Regular Talks

From the Washington Post:

President Bush has decided the United States and China should begin holding regular senior-level talks on a range of political, security and possibly economic issues, signifying both China’s interest in the prestige of such sessions and the administration’s efforts to come to grips with China’s rising influence in Asia, senior administration officials said.

Deputy Secretary of State Robert B. Zoellick has been assigned to head the U.S. delegation, and a Chinese vice foreign minister will be his counterpart, officials said. Regular meetings between the two countries have never been held at such a level.

Thanks to Jimmy Goodrich for providing this link.

April 8, 2005 8:53 AM
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