us china top level talk, trade war, military tension, sanctions

Top level talks in the US and China today, find ways to reduce trade and military tensions.

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Washington, The US and China are resuming on Friday after a month of top-level talks between the rising tide of trade war. In this conversation, discussions about the dispute of trade and military issues can be discussed. Let’s say that trade war between the world’s two largest economies is likely to have a negative impact on the global economy. It has also been seen to have a bad effect on China. In the July-September quarter, China’s economic growth rate was 6.5 percent, which is the slowest rate of 9 years.

The meeting in Washington is taking place at a time when US President Donald Trump is expected to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit in Argentina a week later.

Both sides are expected to progress in the dialogue. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Minister Jim Matisse are scheduled to meet two senior Chinese officials on Friday. Earlier last month, the top talks between the US and China fell into the siege. Last month, Matisse had to visit Beijing, but the program was canceled because of increased military tension. But this time China’s Defense Minister General Wei Fenghe is reaching the American Defense Headquarters Pentagon.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompey will meet on Friday with the Communist Party Chief Officer Yang Jiechi and then address the joint press conference. Tell me that Yang Jiechi has played a key role in deciding China’s foreign policy for a long time and he can serve as an ambassador to Washington in the East.

Although the focus of the dialogue will be on security but the issue of trade is central to the tension between the two countries. Explain that Trump had imposed $ 250 billion worth of tariff on Chinese goods while accusing him of dishonesty on business in Beijing. After this, China has increased the Tariff List of US goods as a result of the turnaround.

In recent times, there have been many strong comments on China from the Trump Administration. Experts have described it as parallel to the Cold War. US Ambassador to Beijing Terry Branstad says that Washington does not want tension. He said on Thursday, ‘We want relations with China to be constructive and result oriented. America does not want to limit China but we want good behavior. ”

Explain that there have been deep differences in trade as well as some military issues in the US and China. The US is opposing China’s aggression in disputed South China Sea. Apart from this, the Trump administration has described the Chinese atrocities on Uyghur Muslims as a human rights violation. America also wants China to use its influence in advancing the process of dialogue with North Korea.