China says it will discuss climate change and other issues with the US

China says it will discuss climate change and other issues with the US

Alaska Biden government officials had their first face-to-face meeting with their Chinese counterparts since taking office earlier this year

a China Said on Saturday, 20, that he agreed with The us Discussing climate change and some other issues, indicating possible progress in recently concluded conversations that were marked by public discussion on issues dividing the world’s two largest economies.

State agency Xinhua said that China and the United States have decided to form a working group on climate change and negotiate “activities of diplomatic and consular missions” (facilitating matters related to journalists from both countries).

Nations had struggled with visas for journalists during the Donald Trump administration, and climate change is seen as an area in which they can cooperate.

Senior officials of the Biden government held their first face-to-face meeting with their Chinese counterparts after taking office in Alaska earlier this year. The conversation began with tense and lengthy speeches about human rights in front of television cameras, before meeting behind closed doors.

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