Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in November, said on Friday that US President-elect Joe Biden should work to “rebuild mutual trust” with Beijing. Photo: Reuters
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in November, said on Friday that US President-elect Joe Biden should work to “rebuild mutual trust” with Beijing. Photo: Reuters

China’s foreign minister calls on Joe Biden to ‘restart dialogue’ with Beijing

  • Wang Yi makes among the most extensive comments yet by a top Chinese official about the incoming Biden administration
  • Of Biden’s stated priorities, ‘at least three – Covid response, economic recovery and climate change – provide space for cooperation’, Wang says

Topic |   US-China relations
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in November, said on Friday that US President-elect Joe Biden should work to “rebuild mutual trust” with Beijing. Photo: Reuters
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in November, said on Friday that US President-elect Joe Biden should work to “rebuild mutual trust” with Beijing. Photo: Reuters
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