China, US officials to attend Southeast Asia defense meeting
US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi will be attending defense talks during the second meeting of the Asia Pacific Regional Forum in the Philippines, where some officials said a US-China military dialogue is possible.
WASHINGTON — China and the U.S. will hold separate security dialogues in the Philippines during the first two days of the annual Asia-Pacific defense meeting, the country’s Foreign Ministry said Saturday.
Chinese Defence Ministry spokesman Wu Qian said the military talks will be held in Manila on Sunday and Monday. He added that a “possible military dialogue” between the United States and China will take place during the second day of the forum, starting on Sunday. MOST VIEWED
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