Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Obama & Hu Jintao will try to resolve Sensitive issues through Dialogue

On the first full day of his state visit to the US, Chinese President Hu Jintao is to hold discussions with US President Barack Obama in a while.

Mr. Hu Jintao landed at Andrews Air Force base outside Washington on Tuesday, welcomed by Joseph Biden US Vice-President. Mr. Hu also will attend an exceptional private dinner at the White House hosted by President Obama.

Both the leaders are tried to undertake spiky topics from currency and business clashes to defense and security matters that have determined relations.

At a joint news conference, Chinese President will have to face questions relating to the China's human rights position. A large crowed of Human rights activists have held dissents outside the White House. Especially they demand to call for the release of the jailed Nobel Peace Prize winner Mr. Liu Xiaobo.

There are numerous ways of differentiating the correlations between these two nations but roughly anybody is excited with the initiative that we are observing a historic swing.

The White House is placing on a full official greeting with a military guard, lunch at the State Department, dinner at the White House, and discussions with some of America's most influential business executives from companies like General Electric, Coca-cola and Boeing.

During talks in the Oval Office in a few hours, White House advisers have vowed the US president will join his counterpart on the higher issues. The US state department spokesman Robert Gibbs told to the reporters, that we will exchange the views and we will continue to formulate to the Chinese and convince them to do better, whether the issues are relating to the economy, dominion’s security or human rights.

The US desires an obliging relationship, but is beginning to discuss harder on Beijing's administration of its exchange rate and its support for the government in North Korea. These distinctions could appear when both the presidents hold a special, joint press conference later on. Hillary Clinton US Secretary of State has said that America and China are "at a critical moment".

Both the sides are known the huge differences that have tensed relations over the past years, the value of Yuan, the huge trade gape, the situation of human rights and the US weapons sales to Taiwan. The US is also worried by China's mounting military power. When the Robert Gates US Defense Secretary had visited to China earlier on this month, Beijing fixed that it had tested a prototype J-20 stealth fighter, unseen to the radar.

The US has also strengthened its cooperation for its East Asian companions, particularly South Korea and Japan, among naval enmity with China in the Pacific. The two powers will also discuss that how to control North Korea’s aggressive actions and expansions of its nuclear program.

In an interview with abroad media, Chinese President accepted the "divergence and perceptive issues, but said collaboration rather than conflicts would provide both sides best. During his visit to the US, later this week Chinese President is anticipated to travel to Chicago, where some expect he will sign a number of trade and investment agreements.

The US is appreciating China to purchase hundreds of billions of dollars of airplanes from Boeing, car parts, farming goods and beef. Thirty years ago, when the US normalized relationship with the socialist state, trade between both the countries is worth US$400 bn, up from $100m. China also embraces the world's biggest foreign currency capital at $2.85tn and a main split of US government debt. In advance Mr Hu's entrance in the US, a Chinese trade mission signed six agreements with US companies in Houston valued US$ 600m, which experts say is an effort to develop a "constructive" feelings for the discussions.

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