Prime Minister said that it is necessary to have a clear idea on the source of the deadly virus as he supports efforts to detect it on the basis of science. Trade, the origin of the Corona virus epidemic, China's action over the new security law in Hong Kong and China's aggressive military attitude in the disputed South China Sea, has led to America's tussle with China.
Trump had warned at the end of China's parliament session that Li responded to questions about the growing tension between Washington and Beijing. Indeed, US President Donald Trump had warned that he would break ties between the world's two big economies. Lee is the second leader in the ruling Communist Party in China after President Xi Chinfing. Li said, "It is true that at present there have been new problems and challenges in relations between China and America."
The loss of the whole world
He acknowledged that the relationship between the two top economies is going through a difficult period. He said, "It is in the interest of the people of both countries and the whole world to fix relations between China and America." Lee said, "Our economic business has come a long way and has greatly benefited both sides." He said that the two economies are linked to each other. On warning of a cold war-like situation between the two countries and derailing the economy, Lee said, "We have abandoned the mindset of the Cold War and breaking ties between the two big economies will not favor any side and the whole The world will suffer. '
Leave its decisions on the market
Referring to the widespread investment by American companies in China, he said that such decisions should be left to the market and business and the government should not interfere in this. He said that there could be differences between the two countries given the social system and historical background. He said, 'This is a very important bilateral relationship. Both countries are permanent members of the UN Security Council. In many areas the two countries can and should work with each other. '