US President Donald Trump has asked China to "immediately" lift all tariffs on US agricultural products, ONA reports citing BBC.
In a tweet, the president said he made the request because "we are moving along nicely with Trade discussions".
Mr Trump has delayed tariffs scheduled for 1 March on Chinese goods due to progress in talks.
He has long complained about the country's trading practices, and has imposed tariffs totalling more than $250bn (£189bn) on Chinese goods.
China has responded in kind, placing tariffs on $110bn of US products and accusing the US of starting "the largest trade war in economic history".