Xi, Prayut call for better China-Thailand community with shared future

Xi, prayut call for better china-thailand community with shared future

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Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Saturday in Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand. Xi and Prayut agreed to build a more stable, prosperous and sustainable China-Thailand community with a shared future.

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