The United States of America and Chinese government are set to engage in a dialogue over climate change.
This is coming as John Kerry, the U.S. special presidential envoy for climate will visit China from April 14 to 17.
According to a statement from the Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment on Wednesday, the U.S. envoy will meet his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua in Shanghai; they will exchange views on climate change cooperation between the two major world economies as well as the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), which will be held in Glasgow, Scotland in November.
TOS News gathered that it is a prior engagement before a high-profile climate change summit initiated by Washington.
The White House announced last month that U.S. President, Joe Biden had invited 40 world leaders, including Chinese and Russian leaders
to attend a virtual summit on climate change on April 22 and 23.