U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale ended two days of talks with Chinese leaders saying that?
U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale ended two days of talks with Chinese leaders saying that a strong secure and modernised China suits the interests of the United States. He said that the stronger the ties between Peking and Washington, the more stable the world will be. He stressed however that the expected rapid expansion of bilateral economic and cultural ties did not include a military relationship. Among the agreements with credit of up to two billion dollars during the next five years.