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President Xi to make maiden visit to North Korea ahead of his meeting with Donald Trump

BEIJING: President Xi Jinping would make his maiden seek advice from to Pyongyang this week - the primary through a Chinese leader in 14 years - in a large boost to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who's underneath heavy power from the United States to surrender nuclear weapons programme.

Xi will seek advice from Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) - the official identify for North Korea - from June 20 to 21, on the invitation of Kim, the spokesperson for the International Department of the ruling Communist Party of China, Hu Zhaoming, introduced here.

His seek advice from coincides with the 70th anniversary of the established order of diplomatic ties between the 2 nations.

Xi's seek advice from, the primary through a Chinese leader in 14 years to the the world over isolated nation reeling underneath UN sanctions for pursing nuclear weapons programme, comes forward of his proposed assembly with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of G-20 summit scheduled to be held on June 28-29 in Tokyo.

Kim, who had two summit meetings with Trump, is underneath immense power from the United States president to surrender the nuclear programme. Their summit at Hanoi, Vietnam in February failed and Trump staved off power to agree to raise crippling UN sanctions.

Kim, who stocks shut ties with President Xi, has travelled to China forward of his proposed meetings with Trump, prompting the United States president Tump to allege that the Chinese President was negatively influencing the North Korean leader from clinching a deal to surrender the nuclear programme.

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