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Xi leaves for his first summit with Donald Trump

Ahead of the summit, Chinese and US officials held talks to ensure that the first summit is a complete success amid tough assertions by Trump that Washington will act alone if Beijing failed to take a tougher stand against N Korea’s nuclear weapons programme.

Xi leaves for his first summit with Donald Trump
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday left for Finland from where he would travel to the US for his first summit with US President Donald Trump during which the two leaders are expected to discuss a range of global issues, including N Korea's nuclear ambitions. Xi will hold talks with President of Finland Sauli Niinisto during his visit to Helsinki and will meet Trump on April 6 at his luxurious home in Mar-a-Lago in Florida.

Ahead of the summit, Chinese and US officials held talks to ensure that the first summit is a complete success amid tough assertions by Trump that Washington will act alone if Beijing failed to take a tougher stand against N Korea's nuclear weapons programme. Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi said "hope both sides can make efforts."
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