Tuesday, 30 October 2012

China will boost military exchanges with other countries except with Japan

China's military exchanges with other countries will see a small upsurge at the end of 2012. The only exception is Japan, which is involved in a dispute with China over the Diaoyu Islands. Experts said China can deepen understanding with other countries by increasing military exchanges and cooperation. They also urged Japan to correct its mistake on the Diaoyu Islands issue.
The “Cooperation Spirit 2012” drill, which is held in Brisbane of Australia, entered the phase of desktop deducing on October 30, 2012. The photo shows the participating personnel from China, Australia and New Zealand are having an in-depth discussion on the exercise scheme. (Xinhua)

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