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Military-technological cooperation priorities defined by Russia and China
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 12:44

Russia and China have chosen priority areas of military-technological cooperation at a meeting of their intergovernmental commission, a source in the Russian Defense Ministry press service and information department told reporters.

According to it, the 20th meeting of the Russian-Chinese Mixed Intergovernmental Commission on Military-Technological Cooperation was chaired by Russian Defense Minister Gen. of the Army Sergei Shoigu and China Central Military Commission Vice-Chairman Maj. Gen. Xu Qiliang.

"The sides discussed results of their work in the previous year and determined priority tasks of their interaction in the military-technological field in the upcoming period," the report said.

Shoigu and Xu held a bilateral meeting on Wednesday to discuss international and regional security and bilateral military-technological cooperation.

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