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an Changlong, vice chairman of China's Centra??l Military Commission, and Chang Wanquan, Chinese defense minister and stat??e councilor, Wednesday met separately with Mohammed Al-Bowardi, Minister of?? State for Defense of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Fan Changlong said t??he UAE is a strategic partner of China in the Gulf area. He hailed the smoo??th development of bilateral military relations and expressed his wish to fu??rther advance the relations. Bowardi said the UAE is willing to enhance co??operation and communication with China to further expand the depth and widt??h of bilateral military cooperation. Noting the good momentum of developme??nt in military relations, Chang Wanquan said China is willing to work with ??the UAE to deepen exchange and cooperation in various fields.BEIJING, March 30 (Xinhua) -- China is ready to work with Cuba to advance military ties so as to f??urther enrich bilateral relations, said top legislator Zhang Dejiang on Thursday. Zhang Dejian??g (R, front), chairman of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, meets with Cub??an Minister of the Revolutionary Armed Forces Leopoldo Cintra Frias (L, front) in Beijing8

, capita??l of China, March 30, 2017. (Xinhua/Liu Weibing) Zhang, chairman of the National People's Congre??ss (NPC) Standing Committee, made the remarks when meeting with Cuban Minister of the Revolutiona??ry Armed Forces Leopoldo Cintra Frias at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Hailing the so??und development of bilateral ties forged more than 50 years ago, Zhang called on both countries t??o implement the consensus reached between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Cuban President Raul C??astro during Xi's Cuba visit in 2014. Both countries need to enhance exchanges between the two m??ilitaries and parliaments to push bilateral ties forward, said Zhang. Cintra said Cuba treasures?? its friendship with China and appreciates China's help and support over the years. He expects to?? deepen bilateral military cooperation.JERUSALEM, Feb. 14 (Xinhua) -- A stray mortar struck the Israeli-held Golan Heights on Tuesd??ay night, causing no injuries, Israel's military said in a statement. "Israel Defense Forc??es identified errant fire that hit an open in the northern Golan Heights," a military spoke??sperson said, adding that no injuries or damages were reported. Errant fire from the nearl1

??y five-year fighting in Syria has occasionally been spilling over to Israel, usually causin??g no casualties or damage. Israel usually retaliates the mortars with airstrikes. Israel h??ad repeatedly declared it would not intervene in the internal fighting in Syria but is wide??ly believed to carry out airstrikes at weapons shipments and have been providing medical tr??eatment to hundreds of wounded Syrians who reached the border. BEIJING, March 23 (Xinhua) -- China said on Thursday?? it is on high alert for Japan's true intentions as?? the Japanese helicopter-carrier destroyer Kaga wen??t into service on Wednesday. According to Japanese?? media reports, the 19,500-tonne Kaga will be used ??for surveillance. "The situation in the South Chin??a Sea is stable through the joint efforts of China ??and ASEAN countries. China and its neighbors will n??ever allow Japan to make trouble," said Foreign Min??istry spokesperson Hua Chunying. In recent years, ??Japan has played up the so-called "China threat," a??s an excuse for expanding its military, Hua said. ??For historical reasons, the international community?? and especially Japan's neighbors keep a close eye ??on Japan's t

sent a team to Juba, capital of South Sudan, on Wedne??sday to recover the bodies of two Chinese peacekeepers killed in Sund??ay's attack. Led by a senior Defense Ministry official, the team was?? joined by Foreign Ministry personnel, military personnel and medical?? staff. On Sunday local time, two UN peacekeepers from China were ki??lled and five others injured when the armored vehicle carrying them w??as hit by a shell in Juba. "Effective immediately, transgender Americans may serve openly, and they can no longer be disc??harged or otherwise separated from the military just for being transgender," said U.S. defens??e chief Ash Carter here at a press conference. "Americans who want to serve and can meet our?? standards should be afforded the opportunity to compete to do so," said Carter, adding that ??the policy will be phased in during a one-year period. According to 2014 study by RAND Corpo??ration, about 2,500 people out of roughly 1.3 million U.S. active-duty service members, and a??bout 1,500 out of 825,000 reserve service members are transgender. The end of the ban on tra??nsgender service was the latest step by the Pentagon to be more inclusive. So far, the U.S. m??ilitarA

y has also ended the ban on gays serving openly and opened all combat jobs to women.BEIJING, June 7 (Xinhua) -- President Xi Jinping under??scored that the duty of providing demobilized militar??y officers with civilian jobs was a political task, a??nd was closely linked to national defense and militar??y reform. Xi made the comments during a speech given?? to a recent top leadership meeting, which was convey??ed by Zhao Leji, head of the Communist Party of China?? (CPC) Central Committee's organization department, a??t the 2016 national conference on employment of demob??ilized officers on Tuesday. Xi, who is also chairman?? of the Central Military Commission (CMC), called for?? greater support and care for demobilized military of??ficers and improving working mechanism, which would h??elp transfer them to civilian posts and assist the on??going reform push.l

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