The outcomes of the third dialogue are listed as below:
The two sides held firm to their stances on a hot-button issue which has added to broader tensions between the rival superpowers, but US officials said it did not undermine Mattis's effort to rescue the fraying relationship between the two militaries.
Mattis's talks with Xi, his Chinese counterpart Wei Fenghe, and politburo member Yang Jiechi found general agreement on North Korea, Afghanistan, and some other lesser issues, successfully planting the seeds for better cooperation and dialogue, including a possible visit by Wei to the Pentagon, the officials said.
Both sides avoided digging into the ongoing trade tensions, focusing instead on smaller areas where security forces might build a rapport over time, helping to avoid conflict. Demonstrating their willingness to engage, the Chinese turned out a marching band playing the US and Chinese national anthems, and paraded troops for Mattis to review, in addition to giving the US defense chief time with the Chinese president.
After Beijing installed missile batteries and landed long-range bombers on some of the reclaimed South China Sea outposts, Mattis publicly accused Xi of reneging on his pledge against militarising the region, and the Pentagon disinvited Chinese forces from participating in a Pacific Rim exercise.
Going into the visit, though, Mattis toned down his comments, saying he mainly wanted to take the pulse of China's military strategy and intentions, and find areas where they could work together and build trust.
China meanwhile has accused the United States of tightening its ties with Taiwan, which Beijing regards as an outlaw province, and the issue was raised multiple times in Wednesday's talks. In a statement after his meeting with Mattis, Xi stressed that China would not back down on its claim to the islands.
From the territory left by our ancestors, we will not give up even one inch. China also offered support for US efforts to foster talks in Afghanistan between the government and the Taliban, and explored more cooperation at a lower level, on issues like counterterrorism and fighting piracy.
Throughout the talks, said Pentagon spokeswoman White, there was a "pretty consistent theme" that the Chinese want to build a durable military-to-military relationship, as a stabilising factor in the overall bilateral relationship.
Mattis will continue meeting Chinese officials through Thursday morning, and then fly to Seoul and Tokyo.Both the United States and China have considerable economic interests at stake in Africa that require a peaceful and stable domestic environment—offering incentives for bilateral cooperation on.
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The United States and India also decided to continue their engagement on visa issues, and the United States took note of India’s interest in ensuring easier access for Indian professionals in the United States. Four substantive panel discussions followed on the impact of trade conflicts between the United States and China; the risks and realities of a technological race and cooperation between China and the United States, including a discussion on Made in China ; reform of the World Trade Organization; and how to rebuild China-US strategic trust.
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