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President Xi's Seattle speech conveys frankness and pragmatism

Editor: Li Kun 丨CCTV.com

09-24-2015 14:16 BJT

Comments by Jia Xiudong, a senior research fellow from the China Institute of International Studies; comics drawn by Song Chen

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a speech during a welcome banquet hosted by the Washington State government and friendly communities in Seattle on September 22. He introduced a four-point proposal on the development of a new model for Sino-US relations as a new starting point:

To read each others’ strategic intentions correctly; to advance win-win cooperation; to manage differences properly and to seek more common ground; to boost people-to-people exchanges. President Xi’s speech embodies the Chinese government’s frankness and pragmatism to promote building a new model of major power relations with the US, which is endorsed widely all over the world. 

President Xi

President Xi's Seattle speech conveys frankness and pragmatism.

Good buddies can open hearts and discuss problems, since open dialogue between states can be carried out sincerely. Sino-US relations also obey the rule, which has developed into one of the world's most important bilateral relationships in the 21st century.

The four-point proposal promotes Sino-US relations from a strategic perspective that coincide with public opinions. The recommendation shows great foresight to advance win-win cooperation based on the interests of both countries and their peoples and boost world peace and stability as well.
 
President Xi JInping's one-on-one talk with President Barack Obama is attracting much global attention. The whole world is watching how the US responds to China’s goodwill and initiatives.

 

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