Two presidents opened new chapters in mutual agreements
U.S. president Barack Obama and president Hu Jintao pledged to usher a new era of mutual trust on issues coming from military relations, and economic and trade agreements during Hu’s visit to the White House.
The two presidents met privately in the Oval Office before transferring to the Cabinet Room to talk more on the security, trade and economic issues. In Hu’s opening statement he said that he came to enhance mutual trust and open chapter relations between the two nations, and the two nations will seek to learn from each other and move ahead in a world of peace. The two nations will respect each others choices in development and in development paths and core interests.
United States and China will work towards common responsibilities with bilateral exchanges and coordination of foreign affairs. Obama welcomed Hu in the White House and hailed the visit as a chance to demonstrate the two biggest economic powers having enormous stake on each others success. Obama said there are great possibilities for cooperation between the two nations and over the past 30 years relations were marked with continued exchanges and increased mutual understanding. Hu’s visit laid the foundation for deeper prosperity for the next 30 years or so.