US President Barack Obama talked to his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao on phone the bilateral issues and ways to make the Copenhagen climate change conference successful.
In a statement issued after the talks between the two leader, White House said that both leaders acknowledged each in taking significant actions to face climate change and cut down emissions.
The statement said that President Obama noted the significance of working towards a successful outcome at the December Copenhagen Conference and the importance of leadership for the US and China in this regard.
The two Presidents, to that end, committed to having their teams redouble efforts to work with each other and other countries to achieve success at Copenhagen, the statement said.
Obama is scheduled to visit China next month, his first to the Asian giant as the US President.