Recent Tensions between US and China
President Jinping encouraged his US partner Donald Trump to submit to Washington's decades-old "one-China" policy amid a phone approach as pressures between the two nations re-emerged over Taiwan, debate in the South China Sea and how to deal with North Korea's nuclear weapons program. China's president stated that the relationship of both countries had been influenced by nonpositive elements since their meeting in April which was held at Florida.
President Jinping stated that his country greatly values the US government's reaffirmation of the one-China rule and one-China policy and expects the US side will appropriately deal with the Taiwan issue by adhering the three reports between both parties. Beijing has held up dissents following Washington's declaration of the Trump organizations initially arms deals to Taiwan.
China has additionally challenged the boycotting of a little Chinese bank blamed for illegal dealings with North Korea. Beijing was additionally incensed a week ago with a bill endorsed by the US Senate Armed Services Committee that would permit customary stops by American maritime vessels to Taiwan's ports. Pressures have additionally been raised between the two nations over China's certain cases over islands in the South China Sea.
The phone call mainly focused on the threat which was posed by North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. The United States-Japan Alliance is ready to stand, defend and respond to any actions or threats imposed by North Korea.