A major announcement was made by the Chinese authorities that the foreign minister Wang Yi will visit the United States for three days from October 26 to October 28. Since China announced its Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s trip to the US, people have been keen to know what is the agenda of this trip. In case, you are also scrambling to the news articles regarding the same, this article is for you. We have poured in everything that we know about Wang Yi’s trip to the US. It is reported that the Chinese Foreign Minister is scheduled to visit the United States on Thursday, October 26, 2023. He will reside in the US till Saturday, October 28, 2023. Kindly stick with this page and go through it till the end for more details. Swipe down the page.
Everyone is keen to know the motive of the Chinese foreign minister’s motive to visit the United States. Reports have said that Wang Yi will talk with Antony Blinken who is the Secretary of State. A discussion between China and the US will be held as part of the Biden government’s strategy to maintain an open channel of communication with the Chinese government.
It is said that the Secretary of State will host the meeting with the Chinese counterpart in Washington DC from Thursday to Saturday. However, the State Department also claimed the same in the press release on Monday, October 23, 2023. Talking about the agenda of the meeting, Wang Yi and Antony Blinken will hold a meeting to discuss a range of bilateral, global, and regional issues to maintain an open channel of the US’s communication with Beijing and improve the US-China relationship. The official press release reads, “The United States will continue to use diplomacy to advance US interests and values, address areas of difference, and make progress on shared transnational challenges,”
The Chinese Foreign Minister’s visit to the US comes amid the US lawmakers told China to remove the difference in trade and economic ties between the two countries. The meeting happens before an expected meeting between US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping during a regional summit in San Francisco, which is planned to take place next month in an effort to manage the increasingly fraught relationship. Biden and Xi Jinping have not talked since their last meeting on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, in November.