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stresses strategic resolve in enhancing building of ecological

  Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, presiden

t, and chairman of the Central Military Commission, makes a visit to political advisers from the secto

rs of culture, art and social sciences who are attending the second session of the 13th National Committee of the Chin

ese People’s Political Consultative Conference, March 4, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

  BEIJING – President Xi Jinping on Tuesday stressed efforts to maintain strategic resolve in enhancing the bui

lding of an ecological civilization, and protect the beautiful scenery in the country’s northern bordering areas.

  Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military C

ommission, made the remarks when attending a panel discussion with his fellow deputies from Inner Mongolia aut

onomous region at the second session of the 13th National People’s Congress, China’s national legislature.


Trump rips into Mueller probe at CPAC during lengthy speech

  President Donald Trump attacked special counsel Robert Mueller’s credibility Saturday, disparaging former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and form

er FBI Director James Comey as Washington waits for Mueller’s report in the coming weeks.

  In a largely unscripted, wide-ranging speech at the Conservative Political Action Conferen

ce lasting more than two hours, Trump hit on several key issues in a characteristic fashion — mocking pro

ponents of the Green New Deal, vowing to protect free speech on college campuses with an executive order and tak

ing shots at his longtime rival and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren.

  But he made a point to take on Mueller, commenting exten

sively on key parts of the investigation, as the probe appears to be winding down.

  ”So now we’re waiting for a report, and we’ll find out … who

we’re dealing with,” Trump said. “We’re waiting for a report by people that weren’t elected.”


The dinner session was thought to serve as a tone

setting test for the formal talks scheduled on Thursday morning, which may decide the future of

a peace process that has been stalled after the two leaders’ Singapore summit in June.

On Wednesday, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that Beij

ing hopes the Hanoi summit between Kim and Trump will take an important ste

p forward to achieve denuclearization and establish a peace mechanism on the Korean Peninsula.

“China expects the meeting between leaders of the DPRK and the US will continue moving

forward in the direction of the ‘dual-track’ approach,” Wang said at a news conference after the 16th me

eting of the foreign ministers of China, Russia and India in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province.

Analysts have described Kim and Trump’s Singapore summit as focused on breaking the ice to p

ave the way for full-scale diplomacy on denuclearization, improved ties and a formal conclusion to the

war on the Korean Peninsula, going beyond the armistice reached in 1953. Now the two nations are facing a more da

unting task of attempting to reach specific deals over details, going beyond a vaguely worded joint statement, they said.