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China denies Xi's visit to North Korea aimed at gaining leverage against Trump

WorldNews Tuesday, 18 June 2019
China denies Xi's visit to North Korea aimed at gaining leverage against TrumpChina on Tuesday refuted reports that President Xi Jinping's sudden move to make a rare visit to North Korea this week was aimed at using Beijing's close ties with Pyongyang as a "leverage" to deal with his US counterpart Donald Trump's threat to impose tariffs on more Chinese imports. China on Monday announced that President Xi would make his maiden visit to Pyongyang on Thursday - the first by a Chinese leader in 14 years - in a big boost to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who is under heavy pressure from the US to give up nuclear weapons programme. The sudden announcement of Xi's visit to Pyongyang ahead of his much-speculated meeting with Trump at the...
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