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Chinese FM meets Clinton in Cambodia

Posted: Jul 12, 2012


China hopes the United States will respect the interests and concerns of China and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said on Thursday.

Yang made the remarks as he met US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in Cambodia.

The region is where the interests of China and the US are the most intertwined and where the two countries most frequently interact, said Yang, who met Clinton on the sidelines of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Phnom Penh.

China and the US should establish a pattern of interaction in the Asia-Pacific that features win-win cooperation, Yang said.

Yang was also quoted by Reuters as saying that Beijing was ready to work with Washington "to expand our common ground, respect each other, properly handle differences on sensitive issues and push forward" relations.

Clinton said that the US is committed to developing a positive, cooperative and comprehensive relationship with China, adding that the US-China relationship is very important.

Ahead of the meeting with Yang, Clinton told reporters that the two countries "not only can, but will, work together in Asia".

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