Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop shakes hands with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their joint press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing Feb. 17, 2016. China's moves to assert its sovereignty claims in the South China Sea were expected to be discussed during the visit by Bishop to Beijing.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop shakes hands with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their joint press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing Feb. 17, 2016. China's moves to assert its sovereignty claims in the South China Sea were expected to be discussed during the visit by Bishop to Beijing. Wu Hong AP
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop shakes hands with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their joint press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing Feb. 17, 2016. China's moves to assert its sovereignty claims in the South China Sea were expected to be discussed during the visit by Bishop to Beijing. Wu Hong AP

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