Kerry to reaffirm commitment to positive U.S.-China ties in upcoming visit
                 English.news.cn | 2014-02-10 08:56:22 | Editor: Mengjie

WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will reaffirm U.S. commitment to pursuing a positive relationship with China in his upcoming visit to Beijing, State Department said on Sunday.

From Feb. 13 to 18, Kerry will make his fifth trip to Asia in the past year, travelling to the capital cities of South Korea, China, Indonesia and United Arab Emirates, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a statement.

In meetings with Chinese officials, Kerry will "relay the message that the United States is committed to pursuing a positive, cooperative, comprehensive relationship and welcomes the rise of a peaceful and prosperous China that plays a positive role in world affairs," Psaki said.

The top U.S. envoy will also discuss regional issues including the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) as well as highlight the importance of U.S.-China collaboration on climate change and clean energy, Psaki added.

In Seoul, Kerry will reaffirm U.S.-South Korea alliance and continue the coordination of the two countries on DPRK. In Jakarta, he will meet with Le Luong Minh, Secretary General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, according to Psaki.

分享
China ready to further advance ties with U.S.: Chinese FM
U.S. Senate approves Max Baucus as ambassador to China
US Senate approves Max Baucus as ambassador to China
U.S. envoy nominee pledges to strengthen China-U.S. ties if confirmed
Amazing snow scenery of Lushan Mountain in E China
Amazing snow scenery of Lushan Mountain in E China
Snow scenery of Great Wall
Snow scenery of Great Wall
Kunming: spring is in the air
Kunming: spring is in the air
Lushan witnesses heavy snow
Lushan witnesses heavy snow
101st Anniversary of the March of Loyalty marked in Mexico
101st Anniversary of the March of Loyalty marked in Mexico
Mozabite Berbers mourn victim in ethnic clashes in Algeria
Mozabite Berbers mourn victim in ethnic clashes in Algeria
Libyans stage demonstration in Tripoli
Libyans stage demonstration in Tripoli
Former Japanese PM Morihiro Hosokawa loses Tokyo gubernatorial election
Former Japanese PM Morihiro Hosokawa loses Tokyo gubernatorial election
Back to Top Close
010020070750000000000000011100001331023741