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  Chemical weapons 'excuse for US'
  Xi Jinping to sign Hinkley Point nuclear power deal in UK Map of Hinkley Point Somerset United Kingdom


year 2015 Top ^

Oct.20
  England: China's leader is expected to put the seal later on its contribution to what will be the first UK nuclear power plant to be built in a generation


year 2012 Top ^

Aug.22
  Chinese state media have accused US President Barack Obama of planning to use Syria's chemical weapons as an excuse for intervening militarily



year 2010 Top ^

May.6
  North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has held talks with Chinese President Hu Jintao during Kim's 'unofficial' visit to China


year 2009 Top ^

Mar.20 China pushes N. Korea on nuke talks
  President Hu Jintao reiterated a call for North Korea to resume nuclear talks during his meeting with Premier Kim Yong Il

year 2007 Top ^

Sep.30 N Korea nuke talks end, no deal
  Six-nation disarmament talks instead opting to send a detailed, draft plan on shuttering the nuclear programs to their governments for approval Mar.22 N. Korea nuclear talks break down  N. Korea's chief nuclear envoy is departing for home after a dispute over money frozen in a Macau bank could not be resolved Feb.13 N. Korea agrees to nuclear disarmament
  North Korea agreed to shut down its main reactor within 60 days before eventually dismantling its atomic weapons program
 N. Korea will receive initial aid equal to 50,000 tons of heavy fuel oil for shutting down and sealing the nuclear reactor at Yongbyon, to be confirmed by international inspectors
Feb.12 N. Korea agrees nuclear deal   U.S. and Chinese officials: North Korea has agreed to close down its nuclear weapons program in exchange for energy aid Feb.8 'Progress made' in N Korea talks  Diplomats at 6-party talks said N Korea had agreed to take initial steps towards disarmament

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.22   Six-party talks end, no agreement
  Japan's PM has warned North Korea it faces increased international pressure after talks ended without a breakthrough
Dec.17   N Korea warning to 'hostile' US   N Korea will not halt its nuclear programme unless the US gives up its 'hostile policies' Oct.12 China takes softer stance on North Korea  China is saying 'punishment is not the purpose' for U.N. sanctions against Pyongyang for its nuclear test


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