US and China are restoring top-level talks on Friday after several months of tension in bilateral relations. In this negotiation, discussions will be discussed on finding a solution to trade related disputes related to military matters. This talks are happening in Washington at a time when US President Donald Trump can meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Chenfing of Argentina's G-20 Summit.
Both sides hope that there will be some progress from the talks. Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo and Defense Minister Jim Matisse will spend a conversation with two Chinese top officials on Friday morning. Between the growing military tensions with China, Matis last canceled his scheduled visit to China last month. But China's Defense Minister General Wei Fenghey is taking part in the talks on Friday.
In recent times, there have been many strong comments on China from the Trump Administration. Experts have described it as parallel to the Cold War. US Ambassador to Beijing Terry Bransstad says that Washington does not want tension. He said on Thursday, 'We want relations with China to be constructive and result oriented. America does not want to limit China but we want good behavior. In the US and China, there have been deep differences on trade as well as some military issues.
A few days ago, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that China offers a longstanding challenge for America on all fronts, including trade and intellectual property rights. In an interaction with American radio presenter Tony Katz, he said, "China is a long-term challenge is. It is on every front. He told that American President Donald Trump has started to face the challenge of unfair trade. America demands equal and unique business from China and Trump is committed to achieving it.
He said that America's understanding exists in the challenges of many claims, including continuous efforts in China's South China Sea. The External Affairs Minister also informed that Chinese people have the right to steal intellectual property. Last week, ten Chinese people were convicted of stealing the intellectual property of aviation.