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China tells U.S. to stop interfering in its affairs, work to repair relations

Reuters Thursday, 18 June 2020 ()
China's top diplomat told his U.S. counterpart that Washington needed to respect Beijing's positions on key issues, halt its interference in issues such as Hong Kong, Taiwan and Xinjiang and work to repair bilateral relations.
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