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Martin Dempsey Meets With Chinese Army Head to Strengthen Military Ties

Gen. Martin E. DempseyUS Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Martin Dempsey met with his Chinese military counterpart Thursday to discuss US-China miltary ties, Global Times reports.

Dempsey and other military officers held a meeting with Wang Guanzhong, deputy chef of general staff of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army at the Pentagon.

Dempsey spoke about how high-level contacts can strengthen the cooperation between the two countries.

Global Times writes that during the meeting, Guanzhong said the two militaries should establish new policies for a “new type of China-US military relationship”

Guanzhong also met with US director of the joint staff, Curtis Scaparrotti.

Guanzhong also attended the fifth round of the annual Strategic and Economic Dialogue that ended on Thursday.

 

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