Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

China says will investigate if United Nations resolutions on N.Korea contravened

China says will investigate if United Nations resolutions on N.Korea contravened

US President Donald Trump broke through China's "Great Firewall" on Wednesday as he posted messages on Twitter during his visit to the country, which has banned the website.

And he was welcomed with open arms: Trump's reception in the Chinese capital on Wednesday was complete with Chinese schoolchildren on the tarmac waving US and Chinese flags and others later uttering "I love you" to the US President.

Chatting over cups of tea, Trump showed Xi a video of his granddaughter Arabella Kushner singing in Mandarin and reciting classical Chinese poetry, prompting Xi to compliment her performance as worthy of an "A+", Chinese state media said.

With lavish pageantry and an uncharacteristic personal flourish, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday rolled out a red carpet welcome for US President Donald Trump at the Forbidden City, the ancient home of China's emperors.

China's trade surplus with the United States has ballooned in recent months as optimistic Americans splurge on China-made products.

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Trump could also use an alternative temporary phone as another way to avoid the risk of compromising his smartphone in a country which is often accused of hacking.

"If we get China, if we get Russian Federation. we think that things will happen and they could happen very quickly", Trump added. He also threatened to punish China for manipulating the value of its currency. "We're having a great time".

While a senior White House official insisted earlier this week that Trump would make no trade-offs on his trade agenda in order to elicit more support from China in pressuring North Korea, Trump himself has signaled a willingness to make concessions on trade in exchange for stepped up pressure on Pyongyang from Beijing.

Like his predecessors, Trump is assessing how to deal with a rising China, balancing the costs of pushing the authoritarian government for political and economic reforms with the benefits of maintaining productive partnerships with the world's second-largest economy.

"People say we have the best relationship of any president-president, because he's called president also".

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Some China watchers say Xi will use the meeting to promote his vision of a global future, in which waning superpower America and rising force China agree to refrain from conflict and find a way for peaceful transition. It took the Russia-China proposal for a dual freeze into consideration without rejecting or accepting it, Ulyanov said in the interview conducted last week. Trump, with his administration besieged by allegations of Russian Federation collusion, has an approval rating of just 36 percent - the worst for a USA president in modern history.

While Trump said he sees "certain movement" on the issue, he declined to comment on holding direct talks with North Korea and said the U.S. is ready - "if need be" - to use the full range of its military capabilities.

Trump is expected to demand that China curtail its dealings with Pyongyang and expel North Korean workers. Russian Federation will "never recognise North Korea" as a nuclear state, which puts Moscow and Washington in "close" positions, Ulyanov said.

Trump has used Twitter to both praise and scold Xi, especially over his handling of North Korea, which will be the focus of their talks on Thursday along with China's yawning trade surplus with the United States.

But, he stressed, "this issue can not be solved all by China's self".

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Two have overflown Japan, and Pyongyang says it can mount a nuclear warhead on a rocket with the U.S. mainland within range.

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