The two leaders said they would “insist that Russia abide by its obligations.”
A stalemate, especially over agriculture tariffs, is holding up progress on trade pact.
Obama made clear his wish is to leave a small number of troops behind for security.
Trade negotiators on Tuesday wrapped up four days of high-level talks on an Asia-Pacific trade deal without reaching a final agreement.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman said officials made inroads on market access, among a broad range of other issues, but said the deadline to complete the far-ranging Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) remained dependent on achieving the high standards staked out since the start of the talks.
A bipartisan group of senators urged the top U.S. trade official to keep negotiations open on an Asia-Pacific trade deal until there is an agreement with Japan that provides greater market access to U.S. products.
Obama said he supports “direct dialogue” between the two parties.
It will be the third meeting between the president and the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader.
China’s soldiers have grown enough over the past 20 years that its tanks are now a tight squeeze, and its rifles are too short.
A spokeswoman said officials welcomed a report by the U.N. Council Commission of Inquiry.
The NSA knew Australian spies were watching a U.S. law firm.