Chinese President Xi Jinping slammed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday for leaking the details of their private conversation to the media.. Xi and Trudeau ."Everything we discussed has been leaked to the paper. That's not appropriate," Xi told Trudeau through an interpreter on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia..Following a face-to-face meeting between the two world leaders on Tuesday, the Prime Minister's Office sent a readout of the conversation that noted the topics discussed. These included Russia's invasion of Ukraine, North Korea's aggression actions towards South Korea and the upcoming COP15 summit in Montréal..Trudeau also brought up concerns that China covertly funded 11 candidates in the 2019 federal election.."That's not the way the conversation was conducted," Xi said. "If there is sincerity on your part—".Trudeau interrupted Xi by saying Canada believes in a free and open dialogue. ."That is what we will continue to have," Trudeau said. "We will continue to look to work constructively together, but there will be things we will disagree on, and we will have to..." ."Let's create the conditions first," Xi interrupted. The two shook hands and then Xi and his translator walked away..At a press conference later, Trudeau was asked about the conversation he had with Xi.."Canada trusts its citizens with information about the conversations we have in their name as a government," Trudeau said. The prime minister said he would not "shy away" from being open with Canadians, even during discussions around "important and sometimes delicate subjects."."Getting the balance right between being open about disagreements and issues we raised, while being able to work constructively at the same time, is something that people have to understand is what Canadians will always do," he added.