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Chinese defense minister attends Asia security summit

06-03-2011 13:37 BJT

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Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie has left for a three-day Asia Pacific security dialogue in Singapore. It gathers defense ministers and military chiefs from 28 Asia-Pacific states.

Liang, who is also a State Councilor, will deliver a speech at the 10th Asian Security Summit, also known as the Shangri-La Dialogue. He will also meet with his counterparts from the US, Singapore and other countries on the sidelines.

The Chinese delegation is expected to elaborate on China's national defense policy and its proposition to enhance regional security cooperation. They will stress China's determination to adhere to the road of peaceful development in promoting international security cooperation.

Reporting from Singapore


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