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On June 3 in Beijing, Chinese Defense Minister Chang Wanquan and his Canadian counterpart Peter G. Mackay had in-depth and candid talks on bilateral military relations, the international and regional security situations as well as other issues of common concern, according to a written statement. The two officials signed an "initiative on military cooperation" that is to "establish a work meeting...
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