Xi Jinping attends Nuclear Security Summit 2016 in Washington

Source:Globaltimes.cn Published: 2016-4-4 9:46:25

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 Chinese president concludes US trip after attending NSS
Xi took part in all the activities on the NSS schedule, including a dinner hosted by US President Barack Obama at the White House on March 31, an opening plenary on April 1, as well as a working lunch, a scenario-based policy discussion and a closing session in the afternoon.

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Xi attends a banquet held by his US counterpart Barack Obama for heads of governments and states participating in the fourth NSS at the White House in Washington DC.

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Xi said that the solution of the Iranian nuclear issue has provided inspiration for settlement of other hot issues, stressing dialogue and cooperation among major countries.

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Xi met South Korean President Park Geun-hye on the sidelines, exchanging views on bilateral relationship as well as the situation on the Korean Peninsula. 

 Xi, Obama’s first meeting in 2016
Xi and Obama met in Washington on the sidelines of the 4th Nuclear Security Summit, the first meeting between the two heads of state this year.

Xi and Obama agreed to strengthen communication and coordination in international affairs and to push forward the healthy and steady development of China-US relations.

China and the US reaffirmed their joint commitment to global nuclear security and pledged to continue cooperation in this area beyond the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) process.

Xi said that China will not accept any behavior under the disguise of freedom of navigation that violates its sovereignty and damages its security interests while addressing the South China Sea issue in a meeting with his US counterpart, Barack Obama.

 Xi delivers keynote speech
Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a speech at the opening plenary of the Fourth Nuclear Security Summit: Strengthen Global Nuclear Security Architecture and Promote Global Nuclear Security Governance

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Xi's trip helps stabilize Sino-US relations    2016-4-2 19:37:29

Chinese President Xi Jinping's trip to the US is conducive to stabilizing the Sino-US relations, which are at a low point, by keeping the communication channels open amid rising tensions in the South China Sea, analysts said.

Chinese president concludes US trip after attending NSS    2016-4-2 10:57:36

Chinese President Xi Jinping wrapped up a productive trip to the US capital and departed for home on Friday evening after attending the fourth Nuclear Security Summit (NSS).

China, US agree to expand common interests, control differences    2016-4-1 13:00:41

Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart, Barack Obama, agreed here Thursday to deepen China-US cooperation in various fields while controlling differences in a bid to consolidate and expand their countries' common interests.

US encouraged by China's leadership on nuclear security: Obama aide    2016-3-30 15:35:22

An advisor to US President Barack Obama on Tuesday spoke highly of a nuclear security center recently opened in China, saying the United States is encouraged by China's leadership in the realm.


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