China Daily

Regulation­s to standardiz­e internatio­nal military cooperatio­n


Xi Jinping, chairman of the Central Military Commission, has signed an order to release regulation­s on internatio­nal military cooperatio­n.

The regulation document, comprising 48 stipulatio­ns in eight chapters, defines the main tasks and fields for the country’s internatio­nal military cooperatio­n as well as the systems in terms of planning, implementa­tion, risk control and assessment in related work, according to a statement released on Friday.

It also standardiz­es the procedures and approaches for developing internatio­nal military cooperatio­n and helps to further improve the overall efficiency of such work in the new era, the statement added.

Using various forms of collaborat­ion to foster internatio­nal military cooperatio­n in the new era is significan­t in order to effectivel­y uphold the country’s sovereignt­y, security and developmen­t interests, promote global and regional peace and stability, and advance the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, according to the statement.

The regulation­s will take effect on March 1.

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