Military chiefs of SCO nations vow closer cooperation

09:48, April 25, 2011      

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Chen Bingde (R), chief of the general staff of the Chinese People' s Liberation Army, meets with Nikolai Makarov, first deputy defence minister and chief of the general staff of the Russian Armed Forces, in Beijing, capital of China, April 24, 2011. The military chiefs of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) pledged to improve bilateral military relations and cooperation on SCO defence and security here on Sunday. (Xinhua/Huang Jingwen)

The military chiefs of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) have pledged to improve bilateral military relations and cooperation on SCO defence and security.

Chen Bingde, chief of the general staff of the Chinese People' s Liberation Army, met here Sunday with his counterparts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbek' s deputy defence minister.

In his meeting with Saken Zhasuzakov, first deputy defence minister and chief of the staff of Kazakhstan' s Armed Forces, Chen said the relations between the two armed forces are enjoying sound developments with frequent high-level exchanges and great achievements in exchange visits, professional exchanges and personal training.

As a friendly neighboring country and strategic partner of Kazakhstan, China attaches great importance to developing military relations and is devoted to enhancing bilateral military friendly cooperation.

For his part, Zhasuzakov said Kazakhstan is willing to conduct pragmatic cooperation with China to advance relations between the two countries and the two military forces.

When meeting with Taalaibek Omuraliev, first deputy defence minister and chief of the general staff of the Kyrgyz Armed Forces, Chen said China is willing to continue to conduct high-level exchanges on the basis of mutual respect, while further strengthening the cooperation with Kyrgyz armed forces in education and training.

Kyrgyzstan, Omuraliev said, is willing to make joint efforts with China to push forward the friendly cooperation between the two armies to a new level and safeguard regional peace and stability.

In his meeting with Nikolai Makarov, first deputy defence minister and chief of the general staff of the Russian Armed Forces, Chen said in recent years the two armies have made joint efforts to develop bilateral relations at multiple levels and in a wide range of areas, enriching the China-Russia strategic partnership of coordination.

Together with Russia, China is willing to move forward the relations between the two armed forces, Chen said.


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Source: Xinhua
 
 
     
 
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