WP: China wants to offer US a policy of non-interference and investment

WP: China wants to offer US a policy of non-interference and investment

WASHINGTON, April 3. /Offset. TASS Anatoly Bochinin/. Beijing wants to suggest that the administration of U.S. President Donald trump’s policy of non-interference in the Affairs of China in the region in exchange for cooperation and investment. This was reported by the newspaper The Washington Post.

The publication confirms previously published by the newspaper the New York Times information that the key role in organizing the upcoming meeting between Chinese President XI Jinping and played a trump Jared Kushner. It was in his office in Trump Tower skyscraper on 9 and 10 December last year it had contacts with the American side, the Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tanquam and a member of the state Council of China Yang Jiechi.

“During the meeting, Yang Jiechi outlined the proposal. China wants to trump adopted the concept of the “new model relationship of great powers” — the idea of XI Jinping, aimed at the avoidance of conflict and cooperation”, — says The Washington Post.

“China would also like the failure of the US intervention in matters which, in his opinion, are his key interests, including Taiwan, Tibet and internal Affairs”, — said in the text. In addition to this, Beijing would like to see Washington supported the Chinese leadership put forward the initiative of “One belt and one road” — combining projects to create Economic belt of the silk road and Maritime silk road of XXI century.

In return, China is ready to offer investment which will allow Trump to implement a number of his campaign promises, in particular to accelerate the creation of jobs. However, the White house also has its requests.

“Trump wants to get something in exchange: he plans to get from XI Jinping’s tightening of economic sanctions against North Korea to force that country to stop the implementation of missile and nuclear program — according to the material of the newspaper the New York Times. He also promised to oppose the chronic imbalance in trade between the U.S. and China, he criticized this situation during the presidential race.”

The Washington Post points out that Kouchner intends to significantly improve and expand U.S.-China relations. But it is opposed by some close associates of trump, for example his chief strategist Steven Bannon, the Minister of trade, Wilbur Ross and others.

The us leader plans to take the Chinese counterpart in his estate “Mar-a-Lago” in Florida on April 6-7.