The 12th China-US Political Party Dialogue was held on September 13 by video.
The 12th Sino-US Political Party Dialogue was held on the 13th by video. The dialogue was co-sponsored by the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the U.S. Democratic Party and Republican Party.
Song Tao, Minister of the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, participated in the dialogue and stated that President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Biden have spoken again recently, pointing out the direction for the future development of Sino-U.S. relations. China and the United States should implement the important consensus reached by the two heads of state, strengthen dialogue, and meet each other halfway, so as to create conditions for the bilateral relations to return to the correct track of stable development.
Song Tao said that the Sino-US political party dialogue is conducive to enhancing communication, understanding and mutual trust between the two countries. We are willing to work with the two parties in the United States to give full play to the political leadership role of political parties in state-to-state relations, and promote the two sides to strengthen coordination and cooperation on the basis of respecting each other’s core interests and major concerns, and properly managing differences, so as to contribute to the stable development of bilateral relations. More positive factors.
Representatives of the Democratic Party of the United States, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, former Governor of Vermont Dean, and representatives of the Republican Party, former trade representatives, and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Hills, etc. stated that the US-China relationship is the most important bilateral relationship in the world today. The dialogue between Chinese parties is an important part of the relations between the two countries. For some time, US-China relations have gone through some difficult moments, but there are many common interests between the two countries, and there is a need for more high-level dialogues, increasing trust, promoting cooperation, promoting the development of each country, and jointly responding to global challenges.
Approximately 50 Chinese and foreign representatives from Chinese ministries and commissions, universities and other units, as well as the American Democratic and Republican parties, important think tanks, and enterprises participated in the dialogue.