China News Agency, Beijing, August 31 (Reporter Ruan Yulin) According to a news from China's Ministry of Ecology and Environment on the 31st, at the invitation of China, John Kerry, the special envoy of the US President on climate issues, visited China from August 31 to September 3.

During the period, China's special envoy for climate change affairs Xie Zhenhua will hold talks with Kerry in Tianjin to exchange views on Sino-US climate change cooperation and the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

  From April 15 to 17 this year, China’s special envoy for climate change Xie Zhenhua held talks with the US President’s special envoy on climate issues Kerry in Shanghai.

The two parties conducted candid, in-depth and constructive communication on issues such as cooperation in addressing climate change, the leaders’ climate summit, and the 26th Conference of the Parties to the UN Climate Convention. They made positive progress, reached a joint statement on addressing the climate crisis, and restarted China and the United States. Channels for climate change dialogue and cooperation.

  Both sides recognize that climate change is a serious and urgent threat to the survival and development of mankind. China and the United States will strengthen cooperation, work together with other parties to address the climate crisis, and fully implement the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and its Paris Agreement The principles and regulations of ”contribute to the advancement of global climate governance.

The two sides will continue to maintain communication and dialogue, and further strengthen exchanges and cooperation in areas such as strengthening policy measures, promoting a green and low-carbon transition, and supporting the energy and low-carbon development of developing countries.