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Source: UPI

The top U.S. and Chinese envoys to South Korea held a rare meeting to discuss topics of bilateral concern in Seoul, the same day China said the United States ordered Beijing to close its consulate in Houston.

Harris confirmed on the social media platform he and Xing discussed the “Important [U.S.-China] relationship,” and described his encounter with Xing at the U.S. ambassador’s residence as a “Good meeting.”

“Cooperation between China and the United States would benefit all, and conflict will harm both sides,” Xing said, according to the Chinese mission in Seoul.

Xing said China has “No intention to replace the United States,” and that China hopes the United States “Respects China’s core interests.”

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