The latest round of talks between China and the United States on the bombing of Beijing's embassy in Belgrade will focus on compensation for the damage to the building, Foreign Affairs spokesman Zhu Bangzao said. 'China and the United States have already had three rounds of talks concerning compensation and the two sides have already reached agreement for compensation for the human tragedy,' said Mr Zhu, who is travelling with President Jiang. 'Progress has been made on compensation for physical damage and negotiations will continue.' Mr Zhu said China blamed the US as the leading member of Nato for the incident and Washington would have to pay the consequences for its actions. 'The US should take full responsibility for this case and it should be handled according to the requests of the Chinese side so as to provide a full explanation,' he said. But he denied renewed reports in Europe, sparked by a story in London's Observer, that the embassy was being used to forward communications to the Yugoslav military in return for information on a US Stealth bomber which crashed during the Kosovo conflict. Mr Zhu said: 'There are some reports ongoing at the moment that China provided help to the Yugoslav army. I think these are fabrications made up for ulterior motives. 'People are trying to find reasons for the bombing and these kinds of statements are not in line with the facts. The US should accept responsibility and give a full explanation. China has never asked any side to give any information regarding the Stealth bomber.' But Mr Zhu said as Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman he could not comment on China's defence capabilities and would not say if its military was equipped to detect the Stealth bomber, which is not visible to conventional radar. The US State Department legal adviser, David Andrews, arrived in Beijing this week and was expected to have talks with the ministry on compensation. Talks in August ended without settlement. Washington has already paid US$4.5 million (HK$34.8 million) to families of the three Chinese citizens killed in the embassy after it was hit by three missiles from a US bomber on May 7.