The United States told China it was upset it did not hand over US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden after he fled to Hong Kong, saying that the decision had undermined relations.
A man stands next to a banner in support of US fugitive Edward Snowden, in Hong Kong on June 18, 2013. The United States told China it was upset it did not hand over the intelligence leaker after he fled to Hong Kong, saying that the decision had undermined relations.
President Barack Obama, meeting senior Chinese officials who were in Washington for annual wide-ranging talks, "expressed his disappointment and concern" over the Snowden case, the White House said in a statement Thursday.
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