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The U.S. should deal with "Tibet issue" cautiously: official

By Ellen Liu (China Tibet Online)

09:03, July 03, 2013

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged the U.S. government to deal with sensitive issues related to China's Taiwan, Tibet, Xinjiang regions and other areas cautiously when he met with the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Bandar Seri Begawan on July 1, 2013, reported by Xinhua.

China and the United States should build a new type of great power relations in an active and comprehensive manner after the historical summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Barack Obama, said Wang Yi.

Wang said both China and the United States should contribute to the global peace, stability and development by playing their part and embarking on comprehensive cooperation, which is the common responsibility that should be shouldered by the two countries together.

"The United States should understand and respect the efforts made by China and other countries in maintaining regional peace and stability," Wang said.

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