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Leaders from 18 countries meet in Kuala Lumpur for East Asia Summit

The East Asia Summit opened on Sunday in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, following the conclusion of the ASEAN Summit. ASEAN leaders are meeting their counterparts from the US, China, South Korea, Japan and other countries during the summit. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is among the leaders attending this year’s event. Earlier, Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said China is calling on East Asian nations to accelerate their economic integration and safeguard regional stability as the economically converging region seeks closer ties.

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