Regional and Global Challenges
The two sides noted that, at a time when the internationalenvironment is undergoing complex and profound changes, the UnitedStates and China share a responsibility to cooperatively addressregional and global security challenges. The two sides stressed thatthey share broad common interests in the Asia-Pacific region andsupport the development and improvement of an open and inclusiveregional cooperation framework that is beneficial to all. The twosides will work to encourage APEC to play a more effective role inpromoting regional trade and investment liberalization and economic andtechnical cooperation and for the ASEAN Regional Forum to play a moreeffective role in strengthening regional security cooperation.
The two sides agreed that respect for the Treaty on theNon-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, IAEA mandates, and implementationof all relevant UN Security Council resolutions are essential for thesuccess of our joint efforts to stem the spread of nuclear weapons. The two presidents recalled their participation at the September 24,2009, UN Security Council Summit on nuclear nonproliferation andnuclear disarmament. They welcomed the outcome of the Summit andexpressed their strong support for UN Security Resolution 1887.
The two sides reaffirmed the importance of continuing the Six-PartyTalks process and implementing the September 19, 2005, Joint Statement,including denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, normalization ofrelations and establishment of a permanent peace regime in NortheastAsia. The two sides stated that they will work together with otherparties concerned to comprehensively achieve the purpose and overallgoal of the Six-Party Talks through consultations and dialogues. TheChinese side welcomed the start of high-level contacts between theUnited States and the DPRK. The two sides expressed the hope that themultilateral mechanism of the Six Party Talks would convene at an earlydate.
The two sides noted with concern the latest developments with regardto the Iranian nuclear issue. The two sides agreed that Iran has theright to peaceful uses of nuclear energy under the NPT and it shouldfulfill its due international obligations under that treaty. Theywelcomed the talks in Geneva on October 1st between the P5+1 and Iranas a promising start towards addressing international concerns aboutIran's nuclear program, and expressed their readiness to continue thatengagement as soon as possible. The two sides emphasized that allefforts should be made to take confidence building steps and called onIran to respond positively to the proposal of the IAEA DirectorGeneral. The two sides reaffirmed their strong support for acomprehensive and long-term solution to the Iranian nuclear issuethrough negotiations, and called on Iran to engage constructively withthe P5+1 and to cooperate fully with the IAEA to facilitate asatisfactory outcome.
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