China said it was open to a meeting between President Xi Jinping and Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou, but is in no hurry to set a venue or timeframe, Reuters reported, citing comments on Monday by Fan Liqing, spokeswoman of China’s Taiwan Affairs Office. Fan told reporters “we have always had an open, positive attitude” towards the idea of a meeting between leaders on both sides of the Strait, but declined to elaborate on the topic of an appropriate venue for the two presidents to meet. The governments of mainland China and Taiwan held their first direct talks last week.
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