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China, Malaysia vow to strengthen military cooperation (2)

(Xinhua)

08:04, September 11, 2012

During the defense and security consultation co-chaired by Ma and Ismail Ahmad, Secretary General of Malaysian Defense Ministry earlier in the day, the two sides reached consensus in a broad range of issues to strengthen exchange and cooperation between the PLA and Malaysian Armed Forces.

Both sides agreed to maintain high level military exchange between the armed forces, make good use of the defense and security consultation mechanism, strengthen exchange and communication in training cooperation and training system, while deepen cooperation in non-conventional security issues.

The military officials of the two countries also agreed that the two sides should make efforts to maintain peace and security in the region for the common interest.

Ma arrived here after visiting Vietnam and Myanmar. He also met with Chief of Malaysian Armed Forces Zulkifeli Mohd.Zin on Monday and the two agreed on more cooperation and exchange between the PLA and Malaysian Armed Forces.


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