China, Vietnam hold defense, security consultation

11:04, November 28, 2010      

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Deputy Chief of the Chinese People's Liberation Army General Staff Ma Xiaotian (2nd L) and Vietnamese Deputy Defense Minister Nguyen Tri Vinh (2nd R) chair the fourth China-Vietnam Defense and Security Consultation in Hanoi, Vietnam, Nov. 27, 2010. Chinese and Vietnamese defense ministries held their fourth defense and security consultation here on Thursday , during which the two sides exchanged views on regional security, bilateral relations and bilateral military ties, and other issues of mutual concern. (Xinhua/Li Qing)

Chinese and Vietnamese defense ministries held their fourth defense and security consultation in Hanoi on Thursday.

The consultation was chaired by Deputy Chief of the Chinese People's Liberation Army General Staff Ma Xiaotian and Vietnamese Deputy Defense Minister Nguyen Tri Vinh.

At the consultation, the two sides exchanged views on regional security, bilateral relations and bilateral military ties, and other issues of mutual concern.

The two sides spoke highly of the defense and security consultation mechanism, holding that it is an effective measure to push forward bilateral relations and bilateral military ties and should be fully utilized.

Both sides said they cherished traditional friendship between China and Vietnam, and vowed to further strengthen political mutual trust, enhance cooperation and properly settle sensitive issues that could have an influence on bilateral relations or bilateral military ties.

The two sides vowed to strengthen exchanges and coordination in international affairs, speed up efforts in handling difference and challenges, and make joint efforts to safeguard regional peace, security and stability.

Source:Xinhua

(Editor:梁军)

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