Obama to send advisors to discuss bilateral issues with China

The two sides will discuss wide range of issues touching on bilateral issues.

Washington: US President Barack Obama will send his top advisors to China to hold discussion on a wide range of bilateral and international issues, the White House said.
The National Economic Council director Lawrence H Summers and Deputy National Security Advisor Thomas E Donilon will travel to Beijing for three days of meetings with Chinese leaders and policymakers including Vice-Premier Wang Qishan and State Councillor Dai Bingguo, it said in a statement.
Summers and Donilon will discuss a wide range of issues touching on bilateral and international issues, it said.


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