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