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China, Montenegro agree to strengthen military ties


10:55, October 12, 2011

BEIJING, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) -- China will strengthen military ties with Montenegro and promote relations between both countries' militaries, Vice Chairman of China's Central Military Commission Guo Boxiong said on Tuesday.

During a meeting with Boro Vucinic, Montenegro's defense minister, Guo said bilateral relations have reached a new level since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 2006.

"Both countries have deepened their mutual political trust and supported each other on issues of mutual concern. We have also seen expanded pragmatic cooperation," Guo said.

"China is willing to further promote military-to-military relations under the principle of equality and mutual benefit," Guo added.

Vucinic said developing relations with China is a priority for Montenegro's foreign policy. He reiterated that Montenegro will stick to the one-China policy.


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