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China hopes U.S., North Korea can resume meaningful dialogue

Reuters Sunday, 24 May 2020
China hopes the United State and North Korea can resume meaningful dialogue as soon as possible, the Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi said on Sunday.
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