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Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng: To Mess up China-U.S. Relations is the Biggest Political Incorrectness

2021/07/10

On July 9, 2021, Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng said in an interview on the "China Forum" column of guancha.cn, today marks the 50th anniversary of Kissinger's secret trip to China. The historical experience of the past 50 years' China-U.S. engagement boils down to the conclusion that the two countries stand to gain from cooperation and lose from confrontation. Certain persons in the U.S. claim that the U.S.-China engagement era has come to an end, which is totally unfounded. Facts prove that the five decades' China-U.S. engagement and cooperation have accomplished many major things for the world, and solved many difficult problems, including promoting the end of the Cold War and the resolution of regional hotspot issues. The two countries cooperate to address major global challenges such as terrorism, international financial crisis, and climate change, and maintain world peace and stability, let alone the huge benefits that American enterprises and people have obtained from China. Those were unimaginable 50 years ago. How can they say the U.S. engagement with China has failed and is outdated? We hope the U.S. side will return to reason and the track of dialogue and cooperation. The U.S. should neither take confrontation against China as policy nor take suppression on China as "political correctness". To mess up China-U.S. relations and bring the two major powers of the world into confrontation and conflict is the biggest political incorrectness.

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