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China President Says Relations with US at Critical Juncture

Chinese President Xi Jinping says Beijing's relationship with Washington is at a "critical juncture" to build on past successes and open up new dimensions for the future.

The statement came at a meeting in Beijing Monday with U.S. National Security Advisor Tom Donilon, who is in China to lay the groundwork for a summit between Mr. Xi and U.S. President Barack Obama next week in the U.S..

Donilon told the Chinese president that the summit will be an important opportunity for the two presidents to have in-depth discussions about U.S.-China relations.



The talks will take place at the secluded desert resort of Sunnylands in the western U.S. state of California on June 7 and 8.

Among the issues that are likely to be discussed are tensions over North Korea's latest nuclear test, U.S. accusations of Chinese government-backed cyber-spying, which Beijing denies, and China's territorial disputes with Japan and Southwest Asian neighbors.

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