US-China Diplomacy: Senior Chinese Official Wang Yi Meets US Sullivan

Senior Chinese and U.S. Officials held multiple rounds of meetings in Malta, agreeing to maintain high-level exchanges and hold consultations on Asia-Pacific issues, Maritime Affairs as well as Foreign Policies.

The meetings were between China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi and U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.

Wang emphasized that the Taiwan question is the first red line that must not be crossed in the China-U.S. relationship and the U.S. must abide by the three China-U.S. Joint Communiques and honor its commitment to not support Taiwan secession.

The two sides conducted candid, substantive and constructive strategic communication on stabilizing and improving China-U.S. relations.

The two sides agreed to continue to implement the important consensus reached at the Bali meeting between the two Heads Of State, maintain high-level exchanges between the two sides, and hold China-U.S. consultations on Asia-Pacific affairs, Maritime Affairs and Foreign Policy.

The two sides also discussed the situation in the Asia-Pacific Region, Ukraine, the Korean Peninsula and other international and regional issues.