China vows measures to beef up nuclear security
China's contribution to global nuclear security
Marcelo Gomes Da Silva, VP of Brazilian Nuclear Enerhy Association
Nathan King, CCTV correspondent
Stephen Orlins, Chairman of the National Committee on United States-China Relations
Chinese president Xi Jinping has arrived back in Beijing, after the fourth nuclear security summit in Washington and a three-day visit to Prague.
President Xi Jinping made five pledges to ensure terrorists cannot get their hands on nuclear material to build the ultimate weapon.
With the backdrop of a growing global terrorist threat and simmering tensions in various regions, there was certainly no lack of coverage by the international media on this year's summit.
Let's walk through some of the areas that China and US have already been working hand in hand.
Egypt has presented a report to the summit on beefing up efforts to keep its nuclear material from the ISIL.
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