US State Department says No 2 official could still meet with Chinese counterparts

The US State Department suggested on Tuesday that a trip to China by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman remained possible during her current tour of Asia if officials determine that a meeting between Sherman and her Chinese counterparts would be productive.“Whether it is this travel or any travel abroad by a senior State Department official, we make announcements only once and, of course, if we determine that a visit has the potential to be substantive and constructive for our purposes,”…

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