Chinese premier Li Keqiang and US President Barack Obama have met at UN headquarters, with both calling for improved relations between their countries. Li said he wanted to see acceleration in bilateral investment treaty negotiations, and more appropriate ways of handling US-China trade disputes. Obama stressed the importance of stable China-US relations, while reiterating that the US supports the “One-China” policy. The two also discussed further cooperation in military, anti-terrorism and cyber-security affairs.
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