China, U.S. to boost security ties
Annual talks bring some good news but questions remain.
China, U.S. to boost security ties, but no breakthroughs
BY LESLEY WROUGHTON AND MICHAEL MARTINA
(Reuters) – China and the United States agreed on Thursday to boost military ties and counter-terrorism cooperation during high-level annual talks in Beijing, but there was little immediate sign of progress on thorny cyber-security or maritime issues.
The two-day talks, led by Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew for the United States and Vice Premier Wang Yang and top diplomat Yang Jiechi for China, were never expected to achieve great breakthroughs.
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