After Blinken and Xueman learned about these problems, they promised to make it a priority and try various ways to improve it. Before and after the "Visiting Xi Jinping Online Summit" in November, the United States did reach an agreement with China, including China issuing visas to American journalists stationed in China, and the United States also issuing visas to Chinese journalists stationed in the United States. Furthermore, at Blinken's request, Xueman held a biweekly PRC strategy group meeting every two weeks.
The strategy group basically brings together senior popular database State Department officials involved in China affairs to coordinate and negotiate U.S. cooperation with allies and partners on China affairs, and the group has about 18 officials. In addition, during the question-and-answer session, senior officials also mentioned that the recent release of strategic oil reserves with China and the recent US-China Joint Statement on Climate Change are also places where the interests of the United States and China intersect. As for the Taiwan issue, the official said: "
The United States and Europe have paid attention to the deepening of cooperation between Lithuania and Taiwan in the past few months, especially through the establishment of representative offices in each other to strengthen bilateral relations. Taiwan will be one of the topics discussed in the U.S.-European dialogue. In addition, the United States and Europe are increasingly Watch China's actions, including in the South China Sea, East China Sea, Taiwan Strait. The United States has discussed these challenges with the European Union and many European partners."