China, Pakistan pledge to improve military cooperationBy IANS
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
BEIJING - China and Pakistan Wednesday pledged to enhance strategic communication and cooperation between their militaries, Xinhua reported.
China attaches great importance and is devoted to pushing forward relations between the two militaries, Chen Bingde, Chief of General Staff of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, said during the 8th China-Pakistan Defence and Security Talks held here.
China is willing to work with Pakistan to develop the mechanism of defence and security talks, deepen strategic cooperation and contribute to the peace, stability and common development in the region and the world, Chen told visiting General Khalid Shameem Wynne, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of Pakistan.
Wynne said the friendship between Pakistan and China is an example of a healthy bilateral relationship.
The First China-Pakistan Defence and Security Talks was held in March 2002.