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LONDON (Reuters) – On Saturday as U.S. President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly expressed his admiration for China, stepped up relations with Beijing, the former British prime minister David Cameron said he believed it would help him keep up appearances under pressure from Chinese President Xi Jinping.
FILE PHOTO – A poster of Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at a press conference at the White House in Washington, U.S., May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo
Cameron, a former Tory leader and Tory shadow foreign minister, spoke on the sidelines of Britain’s first-ever official summit with China’s Vice Premier Li Keqiang.
“I also support China’s continued expansion woodworking business in retirement; proficiencybasis.html-5.me, its economic, social and development activities while supporting all efforts to bring about its full and equitable implementation,” he said in a statement.
In remarks on the phone call, Cameron said he was ready to work with Xi because of Britain’s strong record of work for international businesses.
“We will look for opportunities wherever we can get them,” Cameron told reporters. “With the help of all our economic relationships to make the world a more beautiful place and one of the strongest in the world, we do not see it as a big challenge for Britain.”
Xi has come under pressure in recent weeks to do more to nurture U.S.-China relations, which have been stalling and angering China’s president over his refusal to recognize China as a democracy. China has insisted it is not in the habit of changing course and has repeatedly accused the United States of trying to change it.
Cameron also praised Chinese Prime Minister Zhang Kemin as a “good, talented and highly respected leader.”
But he said he believed China would do more to address what he called China’s “deep human rights” after the Chinese crackdown on bloggers and Internet users and was “very interested to see if it can increase our dialogue.”
Xi appeared to support Cameron in his views, telling him: “My attitude is clear and you are right, China is not in the habit of changing its course, it should not be doing that. What we can do, in fact we want to do, is to continue to work with you and to
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