Especially under the current complicated and sensitive situation across the Taiwan Strait, we ask the United States to be faithful to what it says and abide by its promises and not send the wrong signal to Taiwan's independence (seekers).
We have submitted a basic agenda for the next round of talks to the other five nations, and some disagreements may still remain. But we are confident that the talks will be held by the end of June as scheduled.
The Chinese government, in handling such complicated international disputes, opposes the arbitrary use of sanctions or the threat of use of sanctions in the efforts to solve the question. It will only complicate the issue.
The urgent task for the international community is that all parties concerned should keep patient, calm and cool-headed and do more to enhance mutual trust and continue to resort to negotiations so as to resolve this issue.