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Cartoon Commentary on Xi's two sessions talks ⑥: Innovation is core competence of army

Editor: Li Kun 丨CCTV.com

03-14-2016 17:48 BJT

By Li Daguang, professor of National Defense University, comics drawn by Wang Dongjie

Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke to national lawmakers from the military at the ongoing annual parliamentary session on March 13. He highlighted innovation as the key to upgrade the country's military and national defense. The future of the armed forces hinges on innovation and reform. Xi urged the armed forces to fully implement the innovation-driven development strategy and to focus on priority areas in order to kickstart across-the-board innovation and make the military stronger. On the occasion of national defense and army reform to rejuvenate the country, Xi had systematically deployed an innovation-driven development strategy to guide the army. Innovation gives momentum to lead development.

Innovation capability is the core competence of the army to enhance combat effectiveness. It requires new thoughts to resolve conflicting issues, that can constrain reform of the army. Theoretical innovation can provide scientific theory support for a strong army, which requires technological innovation to master cutting-edge technology. Scientific management can transition the army towards the quality and efficiency mode. It requires talent agglomeration to cultivate high-quality and innovation-type military talents. It requires practice innovation to stimulate people to support practitioners.

The innovation-driven development strategy can help the national defense achieve high efficient and sustainable development.

 

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