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China, Mongolia seek further military cooperation
Updated: 2009-07-05 21:05

BEIJING: Senior military officials of China and Mongolia pledged Sunday to enhance military cooperation.

Bilateral relations were sound with frequent high-level visits and fast-developing economic and trade cooperation, said Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie in a meeting with visiting State Secretary of the Mongolian Defense Ministry M. Borbaatar.

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Liang said China attached great importance to bilateral military ties and was ready to advance military friendship and cooperation.

From June 28 to July 3, China and Mongolia held "Peacekeeping Mission-2009." The two sides have also held the fourth Defense Security Consultation.

Liang said both activities achieved positive results, and hoped the two sides could further cooperation, and enhance mutual trust, so as to contribute to regional and global peace and stability.

M. Borbaatar said the two armed forces had made achievements in the cooperation.

He reiterated Mongolia's adherence to the one- China policy.

He said he hoped that his visit could further enhance the friendly cooperation between the two countries and two armed forces.