Sunday, April 25, 2010

China, Cuba pledge to boost military ties

China, Cuba pledge to boost military ties
Updated: 2010-04-25 21:05

BEIJING -- Senior Chinese and Cuban military officials held talks here
on Sunday, pledging to work together to promote relations between the
two armed forces.

China was ready to deepen exchanges and cooperation with Cuba's armed
forces, said Chen Bingde, chief of the General Staff of the People's
Liberation Army.

During the talks with Alvaro Lopez Miera, vice minister and chief of the
General Staff of Cuba's Revolutionary Armed Forces, Chen hailed the
sound communication and exchange of visits between military leaders of
the two countries, saying it guaranteed a smooth development of
Sino-Cuban military exchanges and cooperation.

"We always value the China-Cuba traditional friendship, and attach great
importance to the development of bilateral ties," he said.

Lopez said Cuba was ready to make joint efforts with China to maintain
the development of the relations between the two countries and militaries.

Starting the China tour on Saturday, Lopez is scheduled to conclude the
official goodwill on April 29.

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