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China, Nepal agree to strengthen military ties


13:16, November 02, 2011

BEIJING, Nov. 1 (Xinhua) -- China and Nepal pledged on Tuesday to strengthen their military relations.

The pledge came out of a meeting between Vice Chairman of China's Military Commission Xu Caihou and visiting Chief of Army Staff for the Nepalese Army Chhatraman Singh Gurung.

China appreciates Nepal's support in issues regarding China's core interests, Xu said. "China will work with Nepal to flesh out the comprehensive and cooperative partnership between the two countries," he vowed.

Gurung reaffirmed that Nepal will adhere to the one-China policy and never allow any force to make use of Nepalese territory for anti-China or separatist activities.

He said Nepal will work to seek the growth of Nepal-China relations and bilateral military ties.

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