« 이전계속 »
ITINERARY OF THE VISIT OF THE HONORABLE MIKE MANSFIELD MAJORITY LEADER,
UNITED STATES SENATE TO THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, DECEMBER 9-30,
1974 Monday, December 9, 1974
Afternoon: (1) Arrived in Shanghai. (2) Attended working luncheon hosted by the Foreign Affairs Group of the Shanghai Revolutionary Committee followed by a tour of Shanghai. (3) Departed for Peking via Chinese commercial airlines (CAAC).
Evening : Arrived in Peking. Tuesday, December 10
Morning : Visited Peking University.
Lunch: Attended working luncheon at the International Club, hosted by Mr. Chou Chi-yeh, Vice-Director, Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs; also attended by Vice Foreign Minister Wang Hai-jung.
Afternoon : Met with Foreign Minister Ch'iao Kuan-hua.
Evening: Attended working dinner hosted by Foreign Minister Ch'iao Kuanhua. Wednesday, December 11
Morning : (1) Met with Ambassador Etienne Manac'h, French Ambassador to the People's Republic of China. (2) Received a briefing from the staff of the United States Liaison Office.
Afternoon: Inspected operations of the Peking Number One Tapestry Factory.
Evening: Attended reception hosted by John Holdridge, Acting Chief, U.S. Liaison Office, followed by a tour of Ambassador Bush's residence. Thursday, December 12
Morning : (1) Visited the Peking Arts and Crafts Factory. (2) Met with Vice Premier Teng Hsiao-ping in the Great Hall of the People followed by a luncheon hosted by the Vice Premier.
Afternoon : Met with Premier Chou En-lai at hospital. Friday, December 13
Afternoon : Met with Foreign Minister Ch'iao Kuan-hua.
Evening : Attending working dinner hosted by Mr. Chou Chi-yeh, Vice-Director, Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs. Saturday, December 14
Morning: (1) Departed for Cheng-chou, Honan Province. (2) Arrived in Cheng-chou. (3) Visited the Cheng-chou Textile Machine Plant.
Afternoon : Members of Mission visited the Yellow River Exhibition showing methods of controlling the Yellow River followed by a visit to the Yellow River.
Evening: Members of Mission attended a working dinner hosted by the Vice Chairman of the Revolutionary Committee for Honan Province, followed by a cultural performance. Sunday, December 15
Afternoon : Departed for Hsin-hsiang by car. Enroute visited the Chi Li Yeng Commune.
Monday, December 16
Morning : Toured rural areas of Huihsien County.
Evening: Arrived in Lo-yang.
Morning : Visited Lo-yang Tractor Factory.
Afternoon: Visited Lung Men Cave area on Yi River, followed by a tour of the Lo-yang Museum.
Evening : (1) Departed by train for Cheng-chou. (2) Arrived Cheng-chou. Wednesday, December 18
Afternoon: (1) Departed Cheng-chou by plane for Yenan, Shensi Province, via Sian (change of plane in Sian). (2) Visited various sites where Chairman Mao Tse-tung lived or worked from 1937 to 1947. Thursday, December 19
Morning : Visited additional historic sites in Yenan.
Afternoon: (1) Departed Yenan by plane for Kuei-lin via Sian (change of plane in Sian). (2) Arrived Kuei-lin, Kwangsi Chuang Autonomous Region. Friday, December 20
Morning and Afternoon: Had discussions with local officials concerning the Kwei-lin area, followed by tour of various points of interest.
Evening: Attended working dinner hosted by official of the Kuei-lin Revolutionary Committee. Saturday, December 21
Morning and Afternoon: Toured the countryside and visited communes and other points of interest in the Kuei-lin area.
Evening: Attended a cultural performance. Sunday, December 22
Morning: (1) Departed Kuei-lin via plane for Nan-ning, capital of the Kwangsi Chuang Autonomous Region. (2) Arrived Nan-ning.
Afternoon: Met with local officials for further discussions on the handling of national minorities in the Region. .
Evening: Attended working dinner given by official of the Kwangsi Chuang Revolutionary Committee, followed by a program featuring folk songs and dancing by national minorities. Monday, December 23
Morning and Afternoon: Toured rural areas in the vicinity of Nan-ning, including a visit to the Double Bridge Commune and discussions with officials of Wu-ming County. Tuesday, December 24
Morning: (1) Departed Nan-ning via plane for Kun-ming, Yunnan Province. (2) Arrived in Kun-ming. (3) Toured the Institute of National Minorities.
Afternoon: Visited the Kun-ming Industrial Exhibition of Yunnan Province.
Evening: Attended working dinner hosted by an official of the Revolutionary Committee of Yunnan Province. Wednesday, December 25
Morning and Afternoon: Toured national minority rural areas and visited the Stone Forest Park. Thursday, December 26
Morning : Visited historic and scenic sites in Kun-ming area.
Afternoon: Visited Number Two Kun-ming Machine Tool Plant. Friday, December 27
Morning : (1) Departed Kun-ming for Kuang-chou (Canton), Kwangtung Province. (2) Arrived in Kuang-chou.
Afternoon: Toured the countryside in Kwangtung Province; stayed overnight at Chung Hwa. Saturday, December 28
Morning: Returned to Kuang-chou; en route inspected the Lui Hsi Ho power plant and dam.
Afternoon: Toured the Kuang-chou Trade Exposition (Canton Trade Fair).
Evening: Attended working dinner hosted by officials of Kwangtung Province, followed by a cultural performance. Sunday, December 29
Morning : Visited the Peasant Movement Institute founded by Chairman Mao.
Evening: Hosted dinner for our Chinese hosts, who had accompanied the party during its travels. Monday, December 30
Morning: (1) Departed Kuang-chou via train for Shumchun station at border. (2) Arrived at Shumchun station and crossed border to Lo Wu station, Hong Kong.
SHANGHAI: JOINT COMMUNIQUE Text of the Joint Statement Issued at the Conclusion of the President Nixon's Visit to the People's Republic of China, February 27, 1972
President Richard Nixon of the United States of America visited the People's Republic of China at the invitation of Premier Chou En-lai of the People's Republic of China from February 21 to February 28, 1972. Accompanying the President were Mrs. Nixon, U.S. Secretary of State William Rogers, Assistant to the President Dr. Henry Kissinger, and other American officials.
President Nixon met with Chairman Mao Tse-tung of the Communist Party of China on February 21. The two leaders had a serious and frank exchange of views on Sino-U.S. relations and world affairs.
During the visit, extensive, earnest and frank discussions were held between President Nixon and Premier Chou En-lai on the normalization of relations between the United States of America and the People's Republic of China, as well as on other matters of interest to both sides. In addition, Secretary of State William Rogers and Foreign Minister Chi Peng-fei held talks in the same spirit.
President Nixon and his party visited Peking and viewed cultural, industrial and agricultural sites, and they also toured Hangchow and Shanghai where, continuing discussions with Chinese leaders, they viewed similar places of interest.
The leaders of the People's Republic of China and the United States of America found it beneficial to have this opportunity, after so many years without contact, to present candidly to one another their views on a variety of issues. They reviewed the international situation in which important changes and great upheavals are taking place and expounded their respective positions and attitudes.
The U.S. side stated : Peace in Asia and peace in the world requires efforts both to reduce immediate tensions and to eliminate the basic causes of conflict. The United States will work for a just and secure peace: just, because it fulfills the aspirations of peoples and nations for freedom and progress; secure, because it removes the danger of foreign aggression. The United States supports indi. vidual freedom and social progress for all the peoples of the world, free of outside pressure or intervention. The United States believes that the effort to reduce tensions is served by improving communications between countries that have different ideologies so as to lessen the risks of confrontation through accident, miscalculation or misunderstanding. Countries should treat each other with mutual respect and be willing to compete peacefully, letting performance be the ultimate judge. No country should claim infallibility and each country should be prepared to re-examine its own attitudes for the common good. The United States stressed that the peoples of Indochina should be allowed to de termine their destiny without outside intervention; its constant primary objective has been a negotiated solution; the eight-point proposal put forward by the Republic of Vietnam and the United States on January 27, 1972 represents a basis for the attainment of that objective; in the absence of a negotiated settlement the United States envisages the ultimate withdrawal of all U.S. forces from the region consistent with the aim of self-determination for each country of Indochina. The United States will maintain its close ties with and support for the Republic of Korea; the United States will support' efforts of the Re public of Korea to seek a relaxation of tension and increased communications in the Korean peninsula. The United States places the highest value on its