China, Greece to strengthen military ties

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Beijing: China and Greece decided to enhance cooperation between their armed forces, Xinhua reported. China is willing to work with Greece to promote the development of military-to-military ties in multiple areas and levels, said Vice Chairman of China’s Central Military Commission Fan Changlong while meeting Mikhail Kostarakos, the chief of the Hellenic National Defense General Staff, Greece.

The two sides also spoke highly of the 42-year-old diplomatic relations between their nations, saying that the military cooperation has achieved a lot.

Prior to the meeting with Fan, Kostarakos held talks with Chief of General Staff of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Fang Fenghui.

Stressing that China attaches great importance to the military ties with Greece, Fang said China is ready to strengthen strategic communication, deepen exchanges on personnel training and conduct joint maritime exercises in the hope of pushing forward the military cooperation.