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Canada’s Justin Trudeau will attend Beijing this week to discuss the North American Free Trade Agreement and other bilateral issues.
The prime minister is also scheduled to attend a roundtable on Friday and Saturday in Vancouver.
The White House said Saturday that the two leaders are scheduled to discuss trade and other topics, including the United States-Canada relationship.
In Vancouver on Thursday, Trudeau was to deliver a keynote address at the International Monetary Fund, and to sign the Bilateral Investment Treaty.
But the prime minister will instead host a round table with Chinese leaders on Saturday, said a government official who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.
Trudeau is also expected to deliver remarks to the UN General Assembly, the official said.
“This will be a highly important event and he’s obviously going to be very focused on his agenda.
It’s a very important forum for Canada,” the official added.
Trumps visit comes amid tensions in the region over Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea and in the East China Sea.
China claims nearly all of the waterway, which is claimed by Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines, China, and Taiwan.
Trussels first official talks with China are in early 2018.
In Beijing, Trudeau will meet with China’s president, Xi Jinping.
Trudeau will also meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping, who was born in Canada, and with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In New York on Thursday and Friday, Trudeau is expected to hold talks with Trump at the White House.
On Saturday, Trudeau’s office is expected meet with Trump to discuss bilateral trade and economic issues.
Trudeaus office said Saturday it is expecting a “robust” and “ongoing” meeting with the US president.