China's President Xi Jinping attends a meeting with South Korea's special envoy Lee Hae-chan (unseen) at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, Wednesday, May 19, 2017. (Jason Lee/Pool Photo via AP)
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Chinese President Xi Jinping told a South Korean envoy Friday he was willing to put relations back on a "normal track" amid tensions over a U.S. anti-missile system deployed on the Korean peninsula.In an apparent fence-mending move, South Korea's new President Moon Jae-In dispatched his envoy Lee Hae-Chan to China after his election victory last week.Lee met separately with other senior Chinese officials, who had more forceful words for the South Korean visitor.Left-leaning Moon and Xi spoke on the phone last week and both agreed that denuclearizing the North was a "common goal" between them, Moon's spokesman said.
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