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USA-EU-China: a USA-EU "robust" press release on China, says Washington
Washington (Reuters) - the United States and the European Union should publish Thursday after a meeting a "robust" common communiqué on their approach to In view of China, to express their growing convergences on the challenges represented by Beijing, said a high representative of the US State Department.
The number two of the US State Department, Wendy Sherman, must preside over Thursday, the second meeting of the American-European dialogue on China and then ministerial high-level consultations on the Indo-Pacific on Friday.
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speaking in front of journalists, a senior representative of the State Department said that the Thursday meeting would focus on areas of cooperation in Washington and EU policies with regard to China, including For economic, technological, human rights and security issues.
US and European representatives will also discuss ways to lead with Beijing a "results-oriented cooperation" in areas where interest is shared, he added.
"We expect the statement to be robust and covers a much larger and more detailed range of subject than the first release published in May," said the High Representative of the US State Department.
(Reporting David Brunnstrom and Simon Lewis; French version Jean Terzian)
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