In recent years, China-US relations have hovered at a low point since the establishment of diplomatic relations. At the end of last year, the heads of state of China and the United States met in Bali, Indonesia, and reached a series of important consensuses, charting the course for China-US relations. However, since then, the US has suffered a serious "operational deficit" in implementing the consensus of the heads of state, which has even run counter to the spirit advocated by the consensus, leading to new difficulties in bilateral relations.
Since June this year, senior Chinese and American government officials have exchanged visits on several occasions, paving the way for the China-US summit in San Francisco.
President Xi Jinping and President Biden had a long, in-depth and candid dialogue in San Francisco. The two sides reached more than 20 consensuses in the fields of politics and diplomacy, people-to-people and cultural exchanges, global governance, and military security.
Now, it will be up to the two sides to implement these consensuses. It is hoped that the US side will not repeat the mistakes of the past, earnestly implement the consensus of the heads of states, and refrain from "autopiloting" on the road of China-US relations.