In an interview in Britain, US Secretary of State Abraham Lincoln stressed that China and the United States have obvious common interests in many fields, that confrontation, competition and cooperation coexist, and hopes that the two sides will reduce misunderstandings through dialogue. In addition, the United States will always support the "one China" policy.
Asked what the United States had learned from the Sino-US talks in Anchorage, Brynn said that China and the United States had a direct dialogue, covering antagonism, competitiveness and cooperation, which are also characteristics of the relationship between the two countries. The United States has always hoped to have a clear and clear dialogue with China so as to avoid misunderstandings and misunderstandings between the two sides, especially on the common goals pursued by both sides.
Blinken pointed out that at present, China and the United States are not in a "cold war" relationship, but competition and cooperation coexist. The United States will engage with China at all levels and focus on getting results. Earlier, Chinese President Xi Jinping also participated in the leaders' climate summit sponsored by President Joe Biden.
Brinklin reiterated that the United States has always supported the "one China" policy for many years.