Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to North Korea on Thursday for two days, reported state media in both countries on Monday, which will make Xi the first Chinese leader to visit the country in 14 years.
The visit comes amid a protracted dispute over the North Korea’s denuclearization with the US.
“Both sides will exchange views on the (Korean) peninsula situation, and push for new progress in the political resolution of the peninsula issue,” according . . .
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