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Obama, Chinese Leader to Discuss Cyber, Regional Matters

ChinaUSFlagsPresident Barack Obama and Chinese leader Xi Jinping will meet in a summit June 7 and June 8 to discuss cybersecurity and regional issues, Bloomberg reported Tuesday.

The website reports National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, who visited China on May 26, told Xi that Obama wants to establish a relationship built on cooperation and trust that resolves conflicts.

Obama will meet Xi at Walter and Leonore Annenberg estate in Rancho Mirage, Calif. to discuss strengthening cybersecurity ties and how to address North Korea’s recent nuclear tests, according to Bloomberg.

Donilon and Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang have also met to discuss aligning the economic policies between U.S. and China to boost global economic growth, the report said.

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