US National Security Adviser Susan Rice held chats with Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi.
US National Security Adviser Susan Rice held chats with Chinese authorities Monday in the most elevated amount visit by a White House official since a global tribunal issued a decision that refuted China's far reaching claims in the South China Sea.
The tribunal's July 12 administering conveyed a triumph to the Philippines, a US associate, yet maddened China and seems set to elevate territorial strains. The US, whose naval force watches the waters, has approached China to comply with the decision while likewise encouraging quiet.
The theme was not brought up in introductory statements before columnists at Rice's meeting with China's top negotiator, State Councilor Yang Jiechi.
On Monday, Rice told Yang that the US and China have been participating all the more nearly on worldwide issues, for example, atomic restraint and the Ebola scourge. She recognized that the sides likewise confronted other "worldwide issues and difficulties."
"To the degree that we can surface those difficulties in sincerity and openness, I'm sure that we will have the capacity to take a shot at them as we have numerous others before," Rice said.
Yang said that the sides had stable relations, however that there were still contrasts that must be precisely overseen.
Rice met later with top general Fan Changlong, who advised her the sides still confronted "snags and difficulties."
"On the off chance that we don't legitimately handle these variables, it will probably bother and undermine this relentless energy of our military-to-military relationship," said Fan, who serves as bad habit administrator of the decision Communist Party's Central Military Commission.
Rice indicated the expanded correspondence between the sides that she said has lessened the likelihood of contention, even while their militaries work in nearer closeness than at any other time.
In spite of such advance, "we have difficulties and contrasts to talk about and to oversee," Rice said.
Rice's visit is likewise gone for get ready for US President Barack Obama's trek to China in September to go to the pioneers' summit of the Group of 20 noteworthy economies.
Rice will likewise visit Shanghai and meet with business administrators to talk about difficulties that US organizations face while working in China, as indicated by an announcement from the US National Security Council.