Tag: Wang Yi

Wang Yi Expresses China’s Desire For Increased Cooperation With Multiple Global Partners

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi has spoken at a lengthy press conference during the Two Sessions. Speaking for around two hours, Wang outlined China’s goals to enhance cooperation with multiple partners in a spirit that combines issue-by-issue problem solving with the material benefits of Belt and Road […]

China’s State Councilor And Foreign Minister is Optimistic About China-US Relations in 2019

While Chinese media continues to collectively reflect on the dawning of 2019 as the year which marks the 40th anniversary of modern China-US diplomatic relations, American media has largely been silent in respect of marking an occasion which in hindsight established relations between the world’s two largest economies. When China […]

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang to Visit Vietnam and The Philippines to Discuss South China Sea Cooperation

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi will spend the weekend travelling to Vietnam and then The Philippines where the Code of Conduct (COC) in the South China Sea agreed upon at the ASEAN Foreign Ministers Summit held in Singapore in August of this year will be widely discussed. The agreement […]

All of ASEAN Follows Duterte’s Lead as Historic Draft Agreement on South China Sea is Adopted

An achievement for peace through cooperation and pooled prosperity  At the conclusion of the ASEAN Foreign Ministers Summit in Singapore which has attracted non-ASEAN partners from across the world, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced that after discussions with his ASEAN counterparts in Singapore, a new draft for […]

China Ready to Cooperate With The Philippines as Part of One Belt–One Road

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi has met with the Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano in Beijing to discuss bilateral relations. The productive meeting saw both sides retain commitments to bilateral endeavours in a variety of areas, while China formally invited The Philippines to become a cooperative partner in […]