China, DPRK armed forces vow to further co-op

21:06, March 30, 2010      

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China is ready to work with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to deepen bilateral exchanges and cooperation, so as to bolster the development of the relations between the two countries and militaries.

Xu Caihou, vice chairman of China's Central Military Commission, made the remarks when meeting with An Yonggi, director of the foreign affairs department of the DPRK's Ministry of the People's Armed Forces.

Xu said the Communist Party of China, the Chinese government and armed forces attach great importance to developing the exchanges and cooperation with the DPRK.

The China-DPRK traditional friendship, which was forged and nurtured by the older generations of leaders in the two countries, is the common treasure for the two countries, Xu said.

China and the DPRK held a series of activities last year to celebrate China-DPRK friendship year, during which Xu met with several visiting DPRK military delegations.

The DPRK unswervingly follows a policy of constantly reinforcing the friendship of cooperation with China, An said, adding the military foreign affairs department of the DPRK will work with its Chinese counterpart to contribute to the development of bilateral military ties.

An is scheduled to wrap up his visit to China on April 3.

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