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Xi and Obama to build new model for Sino-US relations

Editor: Li Kun 丨CCTV.com

09-23-2015 09:41 BJT

Comments by Zhang Xiujun, associate researcher with the Institute of World Economy and Politics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; comics drawn by Luo Jie

Since his assumption of office as the head of state in March,2013,Chinese President Xi Jinping has held talks with his US counterpart Barack Obama four times respectively in California, USA, St. Petersburg, Russia, The Hague, Netherlands and Beijing, China. They met one-on-one in Sunnylands, CA.,in June, 2013 and had an evening discussion at Yingtai, in the Zhongnanhai Compound of Beijing in November, 2014, which garnered much public support.

Xi and Obama to build new model for Sino-US relations

Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama build new model for Sino-US relations.

They were deemed historic meetings with great strategic significance, according to international public opinion. President Xi proposed to build the new model of  major countries relationship between China and the US and it was endorsed by Obama. 

The two sides have assumed a more clear focus to promote new and deeper Sino-US relations.

Yet, the steps of history do not stop.  From September 22 to 25, President Xi  is visiting the US and meet Obama again, which is attracting much global attention. The fifth meeting would likely deepen Sino-US relations in a more rational, pragmatic and comprehensive manner.

 

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