Chinese National Defense Minister Liang Guanglie has visited India's National Defense College after meeting his Indian counterpart A.K. Antony, and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi. The meeting aimed to build trust between two of the world's largest populous countries.
At the College, Liang Guanglie exchanged views with young officers.
Chinese and Indian defense ministers reached agreement on many issues during their talks, including friendly cooperation in joint training programs.
Liang Guanglie said, "I have held talks with Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. During the talks, we have positively evaluated China-India relations and the ties between the armed forces of the two countries. And we have affirmed the cooperation between the armed forces."
The two ministers also agreed to restart joint military exercises after a four-year hiatus.
Liang says China holds a positive attitude towards promoting exchanges and cooperation between the armed forces of the two countries and is willing to work with India to increase mutual trust.
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