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Army chief returns from China tour

Chief of Army Staff, General JJ Singh, returned today after leading a week long Tri-Service Military Delegation to China.

New Delhi, May 28 : Chief of Army Staff, General JJ Singh, returned today after leading a week long Tri-Service Military Delegation to China.

This was the third visit of an Indian Army Chief and the first by any Chairman of the COSC to China.

General JJ Singh's visit to China was the follow up of the MoU signed by the two countries for defence cooperation, during the visit of former Defence MInister Pranab Mukherjeer to China last year.

The visit marked a decision in the engagement and mutual confidence building mechanism by seeking to hold periodic joint military training exercises between the two Armies.

During his visit General Singh met his Chinese counterpart General Liang Guanglie at the Central Military Commission (CMC) headquarters, General Guo Boxiong, Vice Chairman of the CMC and other senior defence officials.

He called on Chinese Vice President Zeng Quinghong and the newly appointed Foreign Minister, Yang Jiechie as well as visits to operational formations and higher military training institutions like Academy of Military Sciences (AMS), Beijing.

The Indian delegation visited various PLA formations and institutions including the 15 Airborne Corps at Wuhan, 28 Air Division at Hangzhou and a naval base at Shanghai.

ANI

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