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Chinese, U.S. vice presidents hold talks on ties (4)


14:22, February 15, 2012

Both countries should further cooperation in areas including anti-privacy, cross-border crimes and cyber crimes, to actively address various non-traditional security threats, he said.

"China would like to boost dialogue with the U.S. side on Asia-Pacific affairs so as to promote effective interaction between the two countries," Xi said.

Biden, for his part, said the current U.S. administration has determined to "renew and intensify" the U.S. role in the Asia-Pacific region, and "the ties with China in particular."

"The bilateral relation is one of the most important in the world, not only important to both countries, but also to the world at large," Biden said, adding that Xi's visit "helps sustain a high level of dialogue between our two countries."

Biden reaffirmed the United States' adherence to the one-China policy and would like to see the improvement and development of the ties across the Taiwan Straits.

Xi arrived in Washington on Monday afternoon for a five-day official visit to the United States. He met with U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday.

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