tv U.S. Policy in Asia- Pacific Region CSPAN March 19, 2017 7:50pm-8:01pm EDT
if i don't get reelected, i did to come home and spend more time with you, and i am ok with that. thank you, god bless you. [applause] i want to thank everybody for coming. make sure you have filled out your contact sheets. if there are any cards, please get them to the people at the doors. thank you again for coming. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016]
president trump and i have spoken to each other twice on the phone, and we exchanged three letters. both he and i believe that we need to make joint efforts to advance china-u.s. corporations, and we believe that we can make sure the relationship will move ahead in a constructive fashion in the new era. i am confident that as long as we can do this, the relationship can surely move in the right direction.
in the recent period, the officials of the two sides have maintained intensive communication. and to push forward the relationship in a constructive manner, that includes your visit this time. i know you had productive meetings with key officials on the chinese side. i have followed his meetings and received reports. i glad to see that good progress has been made -- i am glad to see that good progress has been made. sec. tillerson: thank you very much for that warm welcome and for receiving me in beijing on this, my first visit to china as secretary of state.
president trump places a very high value on the communications that have already occurred between yourself and president trump, most particularly the very lengthy telephone conversation, where they were improved exchanges to the understanding of china's view of the relationship with the united states, and in president trump's view, as well, he looks forward to enhancing that understanding and the opportunity for a visit in the future.
we know that through further dialogue, we will achieve a greater understanding that will -- ato a strengthened strengthening of the ties between china and the united states, and set the tone for future relationship of cooperation. i appreciate very much the time that the foreign minister and senior counselor had extended to me on this visit. we had very conference of dialogue regarding important areas for future discussion, and also important elements to ensure a successful visit in the future.
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