US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on May 17, 2015. Kerry is on a two-day visit to China. AFP PHOTO / POOL / Kim Kyung-Hoon
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China's ties with the United States remain stable, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Sunday, as he sought to defuse tension over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea that has raised fears of confrontation between them.Xi told Kerry that China and the United States should handle disputes in a way that would not damage bilateral ties.On Saturday, Kerry urged China to take action to reduce tension in the South China Sea. China rejects U.S. involvement in the dispute and has blamed the United States for stoking tension by encouraging countries to engage in "dangerous behavior".
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