China are aspiring to make its connections better with the US during President Donald Trump’s visit to the country next week, Foreign Ministry said today.
Trump will visit Beijing at the request of Chinese President Xi Jinping from November 8 to 10, Foreign Ministry representative Lu Kang stated this.
The two heads of the state will discuss in-depth views on China and United States connections and major international and regional affairs of common concern, Lu said.
He said China gets ready to work with the US to attain important results for Trump’s visit and his meeting with Xi, in order to introduced new and strong momentum to the development of bilateral ties.
The two countries have struggle to deal with increasing crisis over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes.
China has faced many pressure from the Trump administration to check its close ally Pyongyang.
Visit of Trump to China will come after United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited Beijing last month.
He carry Trump’s greetings to the Chinese president, saying the US president was looking forward to his visit to China.
The United States has been blaming China of breaching international rules and norms by putting claims on the disputed South and East China seas.
China claims supremacy on almost all of the South China Sea (SCS) which is argued by Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan.
Request have place by China on the Senkaku islands under the control of Japan in East China Sea and turn to hostile patrols in the last two years.
United States has also asked China to give fair and common treatment to its organization and end “predatory” trade and investment practices.
Trump had asked America top trade official in August to investigate into Chinese trade practices with aim on intellectual property (IP) and advanced technology.
“I’m administering the United States Trade Representative to investigate China’s policies, practices, and actions with regard to the forced transfers of American technology and the theft of American intellectual property,” Donald Trump said as he signed a memorandum in this regard.