US President George W. Bush described his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao as "an easy man to talk to," after the pair discussed issues ranging from Iran and North Korea to Chinese freedoms and product safety on Thursday. Bush also accepted an invitation from Hu to attend the 2008 Beijing Olympics, AP reported. Hu said the 90-minute meeting, which took place on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Sydney, was "candid and friendly." Product safety appeared on the agenda in the wake of a third recall of Chinese-made toys by Mattel, the world's largest toymaker. Bush said he appreciated Hu's articulate comments on the issue. Referring to the discussions on climate change, Hu said that they agreed the issue should be tackled through stronger international cooperation. At the summit itself, Hu said he was keen on a resumption of the Doha Round of trade talks but blamed developed countries for stalling the negotiations.