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MND holds briefing on PLA's support to national construction

(China Military Online)

08:35, December 18, 2012

The Foreign Affairs Office of the Ministry of National Defense (MND) of the People's Republic of China organized foreign military attachés in China to listen to the briefing on the Chinese People's Liberation Army's (PLA) support to national construction on December 14, 2012 in Beijing. A total of 70-odd foreign military attachés from 40-plus countries were present at the briefing meeting.

Leaders of the related department under the General Political Department (GPD) of the PLA gave the military attachés details on the main contents, forms and organization and leadership mechanism of the PLA's support to national construction, answered their questions and illustrated the positive contributions the PLA has made to promoting social and economic development through living examples of supporting major construction projects, participating in environmental protection and carrying out emergency rescue and disaster relief work.

The military attachés expressed their appreciation for the PLA's outstanding contributions to and rich experience in supporting national construction projects, and spoke highly of the fine tradition of the unity and cooperation between the Chinese PLA and the Chinese people as well as the PLA's professional attainments in diversified military tasks, such as carrying out emergency rescue and disaster relief work and protecting the people's lives and property.

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