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China's President Hu Jintao has told President Obama that he takes the North Korean nuclear issue very seriously and said he would make his concerns known to Pyongyang, US officials told Reuters.
President Obama has told China's President Hu Jintao that both countries have an interest in resolving the nuclear issues posed by North Korea and Iran - Reuters
President Obama is just starting a meeting with China's President Hu Jintao. They are speaking on the sidelines of a major nuclear terrorism summit in South Korea. He said he looked forward to talking about expanding trade in accordance with international norms - Reuters
Barack Obama said that there is still time to solve issues with Iran diplomatically but "time is short" and Tehran "must act with urgency", during a speech in South Korea.
Barack Obama has told North Korea that "it means it no harm" but will not reward further provocations, during a speech in Seoul, South Korea.
Barack Obama said the US can pursue further cuts in nuclear weapons and still maintain its deterrent, in a speech in South Korea.
The US President added that he will discuss further arms control with Vladimir Putin when the meet in May.
President Obama visited the edge of the demilitarized zone that separates North Korea from South Korea.
He is in South Korea for talks on nuclear security.
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President Obama is in South Korea to attend a nuclear security summit tomorrow. Today he paid a visit to the North Korean border.