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Militaries hope to boost bilateral ties

By Chen Weihua | China Daily | Updated: 2011-04-13 07:56

NEW YORK - The top US military official in the Pacific said he is hopeful that this year will be a good one for Sino-US relations, particularly in the military field.

Admiral Robert Willard, commander of the US Pacific Command, said he hopes bilateral military dialogue will be elevated and that the two militaries will find opportunities to work together.

"I am often asked what the biggest challenge is for the Pacific Command. Frequently I answered that it is the challenge of getting the relationship between the US and China and the US military and Chinese military right," Willard told reporters at the New York Foreign Press Center on Monday.

Militaries hope to boost bilateral ties

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