PORT MORESBY, June 3 (Xinhua) — There is no “autopilot mode” for improving relations between China and Australia, and resuming bilateral ties requires concrete action, said a visit to China’s state council and foreign minister Business Wang Yi here Friday.
Wang made the comments during a meeting with the press during his visit to Papua New Guinea.
Wang stressed that improving ties between China and Australia is a common pursuit of people from both countries and is in line with the trend of the times.
Wang noted that bilateral relations have run into difficulties in recent years and said the crux of the problem lies in the fact that some political forces in Australia insist on treating China as an adversary rather than a partner, and To portray China’s development as a threat rather than an opportunity.
Such steps have led to a significant turnaround in Australia’s positive and pragmatic China policy that has been pursued for many years, he added.
Wang said the solution is to view relations between China and China and Australia rationally and positively, respect each other, seek common ground and suspend differences, and create the necessary conditions to get bilateral relations back on track. to bring.