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Chinese officials unexpectedly limited reporters’ access to the president.

While at the Summit Sunday, President Barack Obama met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reassuring him that the still intents to help bring plotters of July’s coup attempt to justice, CNN reported.

Malcolm Turnbull and Chinese President Xi Jinping have butted heads on foreign investment and Beijing’s disputed claims over the South China Sea at an global summit.

“Sino-US relations are important to China, and there’s absolutely no logic in creating trouble or to downgrade the treatment for the USA president”, He Weiwen, a former economic counsellor at the Chinese consulates in San Francisco and NY, explained to the SCMP.

The moves cap three years of efforts by Obama and Xi to advance climate-change initiatives, following their first meeting as presidents in 2013.

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At the summit US President Barack Obama informed that the U.S. will prioritize trade talks with the European Union (EU) before talking in depth with the UK. “He reiterated that our response to terrorism should not be dictated by the political considerations”, Swarup told Indian journalists. It happens in a lot of places, including, by the way, sometimes, our allies. In joining the Paris Agreement today, we’re demonstrating our shared commitment to climate change.

“I know that at the G20, we’re committed to working with other countries to build sustainable, inclusive economies, and create opportunities for all of our people”.

When a White House staff member protested to a Chinese security official that this was not normal protocol, the official shouted: “This is our country”.

“I want to talk about how we can scope out what a trade deal and the negotiations on a trade deal would be like so that when the time comes, when we are able to sign those deals, we are able to do so”, she said.

The incidents reflect only a fraction of the American projection of security and force when the president travels. “This clearly plays very much into the [idea]: ‘Look, we can make the American president go out of the ass of the plane’”.

To some in Obama’s delegation, it was reminiscent of the rough treatment he received on his first trip to China, in 2009.

Obama offered a diplomatic reply when asked to comment on the airport “kerfuffle” on Sunday during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May. – China Daily pic via ReutersMeanwhile, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said China must set up a mechanism to address its problem of industrial overcapacity, saying it was “unacceptable” the European steel industry had lost so many jobs in recent years. “They probably find it a little overwhelming as well”.

Beijing rejected the ruling and accused the United States of stirring up trouble in the sea where China’s territorial claims overlap in parts with Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan.

In this context Mrs May’s meeting with Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull could prove to be just as important as her head-to-head with President Xi.

“It is absolutely true that I believed pre-Brexit vote, and continued to believe post-Brexit vote, that the world benefited enormously from the United Kingdom’s participation in the EU,”he said”. And that’s been the case from my very first state visit here.

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