Xi, Abe Miss Opportunity for Talks as China-Japan Tensions Grow

  • Two leaders' schedules to coincide again in September
  • Xi and Abe have only held two summits since 2012 low in ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, standing only a row apart, chose not to speak to each other during a group photo session at a nuclear summit in Washington, highlighting the state of relations between Asia’s two biggest economies.

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