At 9:10 am on March 19, local time, the Chinese delegation came to the meeting venue again, and the third session of the China-US High-level Strategic Dialogue officially began. (CCTV reporter Xu Tao)
At 12:02 on March 19th, local time, the China-US high-level strategic dialogue officially ended. The Chinese delegation had walked out of the venue and drove back to the hotel where it was staying. On the 18th and 19th local time, China and the United States held three meetings. This was the first face-to-face meeting between China and the United States since the new US administration took office, and it was also the first high-level contact between China and the United States after the first New Year’s Eve call.
Source: The third session of the China-US High-level Strategic Dialogue officially begins-Chinanews.com
After the Sino-US high-level strategic dialogue was officially concluded, Director Yang and Foreign Minister Wang accepted a joint interview with the Chinese media as soon as possible. Yang: This dialogue is beneficial and is conducive to enhancing mutual understanding. The two sides still have important differences on some issues. China will firmly safeguard its national sovereignty, security and development interests. China’s development and growth is unstoppable. The so-called “enhancement of mutual understanding” shows that during this meeting, the Chinese side has informed the United States of all its requirements, and the Chinese side also clearly understands the private ninety-nine of the United States. Obviously, the demands of the two sides are contrary to each other, and no consensus has been reached on important issues. It is not difficult to guess that the US must want to interfere in Xinjiang’s human rights, Taiwan’s status, and Hong Kong’s elections. However, China will never compromise on China’s internal affairs and will never discuss with any external forces. At the same time, Yang’s words also represent China’s attitude: China will resolutely resist and crack down on any external forces that want to interfere in China’s “sovereignty, security and development interests”; China will resolutely remove any stumbling block that hinders China’s development. China is not a vassal of the United States, and there is no need to please the United States in exchange for ostensible support. China’s status and achievements today are achieved by the Chinese people through their own efforts. China will resolutely defend its sovereignty and the fruits of its labor. To encircle China and isolate China will not work, and it will definitely fail. Wang Yi: China conducts dialogue with sincerity, because dialogue is better than confrontation, but dialogue must be conducted in the spirit of mutual respect and seeking common ground while reserving differences. It cannot unilaterally pull orders and raise prices. The male god’s words stated that China did come to the meeting with a problem-solving attitude and sincerity. China and the United States are major countries in the world, and it is best not to be tit-for-tat if they can get together. However, the U.S. was blindly arrogant and unreasonable during the meeting, and was full of prejudice against China. Trying to rely on the United States’ international status would turn the meeting into a single word. Not only did it fail to resolve the problem, it did not even have basic respect. Such “unilaterally pull orders and raise prices” talks have highlighted the hegemonism of the United States, but China is not afraid, does not back down, and does not buy it. Today is different from the past. Russia, Britain, the United States, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Spain, and the Netherlands can suppress the Qing government, but cannot suppress the Chinese. The tone is even more so that in the next 120 years, the Chinese people will no longer be oppressed and frustrated by imperialism, and be able to stand upright as citizens. China clearly pointed out to the US that sovereignty and territorial integrity are major issues of principle. The US should not underestimate China’s determination to defend national sovereignty, security, and development interests, or underestimate the Chinese people’s will to safeguard national dignity and legitimate rights and interests. After the Sino-US meeting, the US State Department spokesperson Porter spoke out loudly: “The United States will not allow China’s exaggerated diplomatic rhetoric to succeed.” He even strongly urged China to release spies that endanger China’s national security such as Kang Mingkai. But as China clearly pointed out: “The U.S. should not underestimate China’s determination to defend national sovereignty, security, and development interests, and the Chinese people’s will to uphold national dignity and legitimate rights and interests.” If the U.S. insists on going its own way, you might as well listen to Martyr Wang Wei and Martyr Wang Wei. Minjinyu 5179 represents the voice and warning of the Chinese people: “This is Chinese territory, please leave immediately.” “This is Chinese territory, you have crossed the line, please evacuate immediately.” “This is Chinese territory, and Chinese territory will not move forward. yield.”