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China's Xi arrives in North Korea for talks with Kim Jong Un

FOXNews.com Thursday, 20 June 2019
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived Thursday morning for a two-day state visit to North Korea, where he is expected to talk with leader Kim Jong Un about the stalled negotiations with Washington over North Korea's nuclear weapons.
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News video: Kim, Xi Agree to Grow Ties Whatever the External Situation

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According to Reuters, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and China’s President Xi Jinping reached a consensus on “important issues,” and agreed to build on their countries’ friendly relations “whatever the international situation." China is North Korea’s only major ally and Xi’s visit was...

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