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benefits to the two peoples. we agreed to expand dialogue between oui’ agreed to expand dialogue between our military is at various levels, realised at an early date the visit by the us secretary of defence to china and a senior high—level chinese military delegation to the us to work to ensure the success of the firstjoint us to work to ensure the success of the first joint staff dialogue mechanism and the disaster managementjoint exercise mechanism and the disaster management joint exercise and economic exchanges. we agreed to strengthen law enforcement and cyber security cooperation. the two sides reaffirmed that neither wants to become a safe haven for each other‘s fugitives and we will instruct authorities of the two countries to actively explore a long—term cooperation mechanism regarding fugitive assets recovery and repatriations of illegal immigrants. the two sides will continue the implementation of the 5—point consensus reached in 2015 to enhance cyber security cooperation including the use of the internet for
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terrorist purposes and tackling cyber crimes. we will deepen counter narcotics corporation and better protect each other‘s nationals and institutions in their respective countries —— cooperation. as two distinctive countries out two sides may have different views or differences on some issues. this is only natural. the key is to properly handle and manage them. there is far more common interest between our two countries than differences. it is important to respect each other‘s sovereignty and territorial integrity, respect each other‘s choice of developing path, and differences. so as the two sides commit toa differences. so as the two sides commit to a constructive approach we can put and defuse differences, while at the same time build common ground and advance corporation. we also discussed the international responsibilities are two countries shoulder. we agreed to enhance
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communication and cooperation on major international, regional and global issues, and gently seek proper resolution of regional hotspot issues for greater contribution to peace, stability and prosperity of relevant regions and the world at large. 0n the korean peninsula nuclear issue, we reiterated the firm commitment to achieving denuclearisation of the peninsula and upholding international non—proliferation. the two sides will continue to fully and strictly implement un security council resolutions. at the same time, the two sides commit to working towards a solution through dialogue and negotiation, and we are ready to discuss with relevant parties the pathway leading to endearing peace and ability in the peninsula and not eastern asia. —— and north—eastern asia. the two sides will maintain co—operation and
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communication on the korean peninsula issue. we believe that china and the united states are countries with an important influence in the asia—pacific. as i said to the president, the pacific 0cean said to the president, the pacific ocean is big enough to accommodate both china and the united states. the two sides need to step up communication and cooperation on an asia—pacific affairs, foster common friends, build constructive interactions, and jointly maintain and promote peace and stability and prosperity in the region. we also discussed the middle east, afghanistan and other issues, and agreed to deepen cooperation on counterterrorism, non—proliferation, nuclear security and stronger support united nations peacekeeping operations. we both believe that friendship between our peoples is the foundation for the sustained growth of china— us relations, and
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we agreed to further promote people— to— people exchange. we will expand the student exchange programme every year and open additional exchange centres in both countries. ladies and gentlemen, dear friends, president trump's state visit is a successful and historic visit. together, the two of us have set out the direction and drawn up the blueprint for china— us relations the coming period. we will work with the coming period. we will work with the united states and act on the consensus reached, seek further progress in china — %
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president you excellency? regifieflffi, rump, yd? floor. thank you. excellency? resfieflffi, rump, yd? floor. thank you. president have the floor. thank you. president she, iwant have the floor. thank you. president she, i want to thank you for an incredible welcoming ceremonial earlier this morning. —— incredible welcoming ceremonial earlierthis morning. —— president xi. it was truly memorable and impressive and something i will never forget. melania and i are honoured to visit your country, with its ancient history, dynamic people and thriving culture. i also want to thank you and madam peng for the tour given to thank you and madam peng for the tourgiven to us thank you and madam peng for the tour given to us yesterday of the very majestic forbidden city. your people are proud of who they are and what they have built together, and
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your people are also very proud of you. i want to congratulate you on the recent and very successful 19th party congress. perhaps now more than ever we have an opportunity to strengthen the relationship between out strengthen the relationship between our two countries and improve the lives of our citizens. as long as we stand together, with others, if necessary, against those who threaten our civilisation, that threaten our civilisation, that threat will never happen. it doesn't even have a chance. as i said in my address yesterday in seoul, the entire civilised world must unite to confront the north korean menace, and the entire world is watching us right now. today, president xi, we
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discussed our mutual commitment to the complete denuclearisation of north korea. we agreed not to replicate failed approaches of the past, and there were many. we agreed oi'i past, and there were many. we agreed on the need to fully implement all united nations security council resolutions on north korea and to increase economic pressure onto north korea, until north korea abandons its reckless and dangerous path. all responsible nations must join together to stop arming and financing and even trading with the murderous north korean regime. together, we have in our power, the chance to finally liberate this region and the world from this very serious nuclear menace. but it will
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require collective action, collect strength, and collect a devotion to winning the peace. —— collective devotion. in order to create a more secure devotion. in order to create a more secure future for all and to protect out secure future for all and to protect our citizens from extremism and terrorism, president xi and i also committed to working towards a peaceful future for afghanistan. terrorists are a threat to all of humanity, and we. radical islamic state terrorism. —— we are going to stop. the united states and china also face many challenges within our borders. every year, drug—trafficking destroys millions and millions of lives. today, president xi and i discussed ways we can enhance... (inaudible). you are with bbc news. we are
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broadcasting live from beijing, president trump addressing the press. ... the new president trump addressing the press. the new phenomena in, fe nta nyl, destroying press. the new phenomena in, fentanyl, destroying lives by the millions. we are going to be focusing on it very strongly, the president and myself. in addition to improving the safety and security of out improving the safety and security of our citizens, president xi and i discussed improving our economic relationship. we want a vibrant trade relationship with china. we also want a fairer and reciprocal one. “— also want a fairer and reciprocal one. —— fair and. also want a fairer and reciprocal one. —— fairand. todayl also want a fairer and reciprocal one. —— fair and. today i discussed with president xi the chronic imbalance in our relationship as it pertains to trade, and the concrete steps we willjoin the take to solve the problem of the massive trade
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destruction. this includes addressing china's market access restrictions and technology transfer requirements, which prevent american companies from being able to fairly compete within china. the united states is committed to protecting the intellectual property of our companies and providing a level playing field for our workers. at the same time, our relationship with you and china is a very important one to me, and to all of the people of our country, and just by looking at the tremendous, incredible job reducing agreements just signed at the tremendous, incredible job reducing agreementsjust signed by those major companies, we are off to a very, very good start. as part of out a very, very good start. as part of our commitment to regional stability and peace, the united states also
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continues to advocate for reforms that advance economic freedom, individual rights, and the rule of law. the states, working with china and other regional partners, has an incredible opportunity to advance the cause of peace, security and prosperity all across the world. it isa very prosperity all across the world. it is a very special time and we do indeed have that very, very special opportunity. a great responsibility has been in place on our shoulders, president xi, a truly great responsibility. i hope you can rise to the occasion and help our countries and their citizens reached their highest destinies and their fullest essentials. —— potentials. i wa nt fullest essentials. —— potentials. i want to thank you, again. you are a very special man. for your gracious hospitality. i sent my warmest regards dual citizens, ion of their heritage. —— warmest regards to your
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citizens, i honour their heritage. in the coming months and years i look forward to building an even stronger relationship between our two countries, china and the united states of america, and even closer friendships and relationships between the people of our country 's. between the people of our country '5. mr president, thank you very much. applause you are with bbc news. we are bringing you a press conference that has just bringing you a press conference that hasjust ended, bringing you a press conference that has just ended, actually, bringing you a press conference that hasjust ended, actually, in beijing. as you can see, china's resident xi and us president trump both leaving the room where the press had in gathered, and worth residents were talking at length about their meetings this morning.
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ash macca both presidents. —— both presidents. they discussed all sorts of issues, they talked about north korea, they talked aboutjoint cooperation from the point of view of economic cooperation, business, trade, but also other issues like cyber security, terrorism, they discussed the middle east, they discussed the middle east, they discussed drug abuse and the issues that that raises in both countries, and how they can tackle that together. discussions on many issues. let's go live to our correspondent, who is in beijing as well. steve mcdonnell, you have been listening in to that as well. steve, both residents were at pains to talk about how warm the relationship is between the two of them, and how much collaboration there is. in real terms, i wonder what we will see in terms, i wonder what we will see in terms of an ounce of alls that you we re terms of an ounce of alls that you were talking about earlier? —— announceables that you were talking
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about. yes, that is the point of this, really. they were very flowing in their language and their praise for each other, but when it comes to concrete steps to change anything, that remains to be seen. we heard a xijinping talking that remains to be seen. we heard a xi jinping talking about these deals that have been announced in conjunction with donald trump's trippier. $250 billion worth of deals, we are led to believe, between chinese and us companies. but when you look at them, a lot of these, they are just these so—called memorandums of understanding. it is ha rd to memorandums of understanding. it is hard to see whether that will rip isn't a genuine contract. you know, we are going to buy this many units from you and you are going to deliver them to us. instead, it is like, we think we might do this in the future, sort of thing. so it is not necessarily as major a breakthrough as it would suggest. nevertheless, you cannot be too cynical about these things, and better to have those memorandums of understanding than not have them. as for donald trump, i think it was
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interesting, we didn't hear much from xijinping on north korea. i'm not sure i heard him refer to north korea at all. but donald trump spoke a lot about it. earlier, at a business gathering, he said china could quickly and easily fix the problem of north korea. i don't know if you use that language when he went face—to—face with xijinping. that is how language when he went face—to—face with xi jinping. that is how we spoke about it with business leaders. interesting that he referred to the north korean menace and he said this, it is interesting, 110w and he said this, it is interesting, now is the time to liberate this region from this nuclear menace. i don't know if he is talking about regime change. the chinese certainly wouldn't be going along with that. if he is talking about ridding the peninsular of nuclear weapons, that isa peninsular of nuclear weapons, that is a different matter. just to say, steve, it is tricky to hear the press conference where you
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are, but president xijinping mentioned north korea and he said they have reiterated a commitment to achieve a geenie to arise north korea, and both china and the us would maintain communication on that issue —— denuclearised. as you say, donald trump was much more forthright, and said it would require more collective action. the question is what happens now? it would seem both presidents are at pains to say how historic this meeting has been on the responsibility they both have when it comes to the issue of peace in the region, the korean peninsular, and also beyond that. of course. this wasn't really a press conference, we could say. it was like a statement. they both came out and said something. but it is something to see the two most powerful people in the world up there together saving they will call
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rate with one another. you are right, i did not hear sheeting pink say they would be ongoing communication over north korea —— xi jinping. how do you get them to give up jinping. how do you get them to give up nuclear weapons when they have nailed their colours to the mask and they have said this is part of our raison d'etre, and they said they are prepared to negotiate once they have a fully capable intercontinental ballistic missile, then they will start talking. but for china and the us, that is a bit late. for now, thank you so much. 0ur correspondent in beijing. you are with the briefing. welcome to the programme. it was an unusual start to the programme. we live in beijing where us president trump and chinese president xi were addressing
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the press, talking about their discussions this morning and some of theissues discussions this morning and some of the issues that they have talked about and some of the agreements that they have made in principle. steve was talking through some of the issues. general electric has announced three commercial deals with chinese partners. those deals amount to around three and a half billion dollars in terms of value. that is something that has happened on the sidelines of this state visit. now, let's talk about other stories in the news. the british prime minister theresa may is under pressure to restore stability to the government after the second resignation from her cabinet in a week. the international development secretary, priti patel, has stepped down after being summoned back from africa by mrs may, to answer more questions about her unauthorised meetings with israeli politicians. here's our political correspondent, alex forsyth. arriving in london, priti patel could have guessed herfate. she had
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been summoned back from kenya by number ten, been summoned back from kenya by numberten, an been summoned back from kenya by number ten, an official trip to africa cup short. she entered downing street by the back door and left having lost herjob —— cut short. resigning after failing to disclose details of unauthorised meetings with israeli politicians. in her letter to the prime minister, she said i accept my actions fell below the high standards that are expected of a secretary of state. for the second time in just over a week, theresa may must now decide how to fill a gap around the top table. michael fallon quit as defence secretary last week over his personal conduct. this team was carefully chosen to represent different tory views over brexit, and some are keen that is maintained. there is a divide between people who want brexit to mean we are basically staying within the eu. they are essentially the remain as who are unchanged. and they give a veneer of acceptance but
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haven't truly accepted —— remainers. there are quite a lot of people who we re there are quite a lot of people who were quite balanced when they made the decision as to which side to support, who are now really rather enthusiastic about brexit and want to get on with it properly. whatever the prime minister's decision about who should now sit in her cabinet, she will face intense scrutiny over her choice. now to our top business story. the driverless bus in la has been in an accident. dave lee has been covering this story for us. it has been obviously quite a furore because this issue of driverless vehicles has been pushed hard by some companies like google. they seem some companies like google. they seem to be having a lot of issues as they take to the roads, the real roads. this bus had people on it, a truck collided with it. it would
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seem truck collided with it. it would seem it is not the fault of the d riverless seem it is not the fault of the driverless bus. of course they are going to investigate it. we are asking viewers if you would get online. most of them are saying no. i think online. most of them are saying no. ithinki online. most of them are saying no. i think i would get online. this highlights the potential challenge of rolling out technology when you have not controlled the possible externals and this is a classic example. nothing wrong with a bus and the technology itself. the problem was someone on the outside crashing into the bus. i think it probably highlights the challenge on the road to driverless cars and d riverless the road to driverless cars and driverless bosses. there will be bumps on the way. the question is if it is the price we pay for innovation and new technology. it is the price we pay for innovation and new technologym it is the price we pay for innovation and new technology. it is ultimately going to happen. we have seen ultimately going to happen. we have seen companies like google, amazon. it is happening in silicon valley. it is happening in silicon valley. it is happening in silicon valley. it is only a matter of a few years before we start to see wider take—up of this technology. incredible stuff i think. 0k right. we are going to
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talk through all of the stories in the news briefing. we have had a lot of tweets on this subject. tommy says after getting the bugs worked out in five years he might climb on a bus. ptas in england says no, i would stay with my pushbike —— tj yates. it is a lot cheaper as well. so many views coming in as well. now with news about football world cup playoffs and the rest of today's sport briefing here's holly hamilton. here is what we are looking forward to this thursday — the last chance saloon of the world cup, the play—offs, with two matches taking place in belfast. zagreb battling to clinch one of the last four spots in russia next year. and we look ahead to this weekend's world tour finals in london — can rafa nadal finally clinch that elusive title? since gaining independence croatia have qualified for every world cup they've entered.
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this time round they're having to go through the playoffs to get to the finals. later on thursday they host greece — the first of two legs to determine who goes to russia. with a mix of experience and promising youngsters croatia are the favourites. real madrid's luka modric is one of their key players having been at the heart of the team for a decade. diego maradona was in his prime the last time northern ireland played on football's biggest stage — that was back in 1986. michael 0'neil‘s side have a tough match on their hands later — they host switzerland in belfast. both matches kickoff at 1945 gmt. golfing great gary player turned 82 last week and the golf course named after him hosts the european tour's nedbank open this week. it's the penultimate tournament in the race to dubai and a local lad is very much looking forward to the event. this is a tournament we grew up
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watching and want to one—day play in it and one—day win it, so yes, looking forward to playing in sa again. now, here's what you might have missed. samoan rugby has been declared bankrupt by the nation's prime minister ahead of the upcoming test matches against scotland and england in the uk later this month. the prime minister has even asked members of the public to donate money to keep the sport alive. the test matches this month are not under threat, but samoan rugby say they need to host more matches in their own country to genrate the revenue needed to keep going. we need a better revenue share of the profits being generated at the big stadiums around the world. as by big stadiums around the world. as rugby has become more business oriented, we have seen the slip off, and we have gone further behind.
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holly hamilton with some of the sports stories of the day and business stories are up next. you are with the briefing this morning, are with the briefing this morning, a very unusual programme of course. it was a very unusual programme of course. it was dominated by the live press conference taking place in beijing with us president trump and chinese president xi talking through some of the areas they have discussed and some of the agreements they have reached. they talked about north korea at length, as well as trade and many other issues, including terrorism in the middle east. so, we will be back, of course, in around four minutes' time with business briefing and then later on bbc news we will return to beijing live to speak with a correspondent about the continued asia tour of the us president. i will see you very soon. hello, again.
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for many of us it is not going to be as cold overnight because of the cloud spilling from the north—west with a bit of rain and drizzle. ahead of the cloud it is quite chilly for a while in the south. in the morning we will- cloud chilly for a while in the south. in the morning we wil east. cloud 3 tamufit around " tamufit around six d rizzle and tem peratu res around sue d rizzle and tem peratu res areetnd she ‘ seven d riszle and tens; peratu res arrested she ‘ seven degrees. d riszle and tens; peratu res arrested she ‘seven degrees. for much and w— ';':'e iffjjf'f .,,, . ... southern england and wales, maybe as far north as yorkshire lincolnshire, it will be a dull start to thursday with a lot of low cloud around. a little light rain or drizzle. much brighter skies beginning to arrive already in england. more sunshine to greet the day in northern ireland and scotland, where it will be cold to start the day, quite windy in northern scotland with a couple of sharp showers as well. light winds further south. a slight improvement as the dull and damp weather slides
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away into the english channel and it will take a while for the sunshine to come out in the afternoon across southern england. sunny skies further north with temperatures typically 10— 12 degrees. through the evening we still have showers in northern scotland and clear skies for a while, so temperatures will dip early, then we see more quickly a spell of cloud and patchy rain sweeping in from the north—west. as that moves away from the north of the uk, temperatures will take a tumble again. notice them in the morning, wintry showers over the hills of northern scotland. showers running in further south and more quickly the cloud will break and some sunny spells coming in ahead of advancing cloud and rain coming into northern ireland. quite chilly head of that in scotland with temperatures around seven or eight degrees and things are moving very quickly. this cloud coming in on friday evening and friday night is re m na nts of friday evening and friday night is remnants of tropical storm rina, which will run through quickly, it will bring rain in the evening and overnight, so windy weather through the english channel. it was last
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long in the wind direction changes. 0ver long in the wind direction changes. over the weekend we have more of a northerly and that will drag down some cold air as well. so on saturday some areas of cloud, yes, spells of sunshine, and a couple of showers into northern ireland, through the irish sea into wales and wintry showers in northern scotland, sharp showers along the north sea coast. it will feel cold in the wind, which will be strong near the showers running in around western and northern areas. it will be dry and northern areas. it will be dry and sunny elsewhere. this is business briefing. i'm sally bundock. big enough to compete — 21st century fox boss lachlan murdoch tells investors the media giant is stronger than ever, despite reports it has discussed a massive sell—off to disney. plus, green revolution — cuba sets its sights on renewables as cheap venezuelan oil dries up. and on the markets its buy buy buy in asia with stocks injapan headed for a record high. we'll talk you through the key movers.
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