Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held talks in
on Wednesday morning. Beijing
Kerry, invited by Wang, is paying a two-day visit to
Tuesday. He is scheduled to meet with diplomats and senior leaders to discuss a
series of issues regarding bilateral ties and hot-spot issues. Beijing
During his opening remarks, Wang said
China is willing to make an in-depth exchange of
views with the
on all affairs of common concern so as to enhance mutual understanding. U.S.
As two permanent members of the UN Security Council, the
United States and , the largest developed
country and the largest developing country, should work for consensus on a lot
of issues, Wang said. China
He urged the two sides to further implement the important results of Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to the
in September to push forward China-U.S. relations in the right way. United States
He hopes Kerry's visit will further enhance strategic mutual trust and eliminate doubts between the two countries so as to lay a good foundation for bilateral ties in 2016, said Wang.
In his opening remarks, Kerry said that
China and the United
States have been able to find a level of new cooperation
with respect to a number of issues, including the Iranian nuclear issue,
and Ebola. Afghanistan
The two sides also have several important issues that they need to move forward on, Kerry added, including DPRK's nuclear program and the
South China Sea affair.
tour, Kerry visited Laos and