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    0 countries, the international influ●ence of the games has increased each year. Many countries and their armed forces want to● project strength through the platform, said Kong Jun, head of the Seaborne Assault organ●ization committee and commander of the PLA Navy Marine Corps. "We hope that through this● event we can further improve our mutual understanding and trust, deepen our military coo●peration and exchanges, consolidate our friendship and make even greater4

    contributions to● world and regional peace and stability," said Ding Yi, deputy commander of the PLA Navy.● "It is a precious opportunity to take part in this event to compete with my foreign cou●nterparts," said Xu Xiaofei of the Marine Corps. "I very much look forward to stepping in●to the competitive arena and having exchanges with them." A staff officer of the PLA Gro●und Force who asked to be identified as Duan said the Suvorov Attack requires teams to dr●6

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    ive an infantry fighting vehicle 12 times around a 4.3-kilometer circular track that has ●120 obstacles. They also need to shoot the gun mounted on the vehicle and hit eight targe●ts. The contest tests the preparedness, spirit and skills of contestants as well as the ●capabilities of their equipment, he said. The International Army Games were co-organized● by China, Russia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Iran this year. China has● taken part in the b

    games for five years, and hosted some of the contests last year. By Z●HANG YANGFEI/ZHAO LEIBeijing will take further action to safeguard national sovereignty and t◆erritorial integrity if Taiwan separatists continue to carry out secess◆ion activities, a senior mainland official warned on Wednesday in Beiji◆ng following recent military drills in the Taiwan Straits. Ma Xiaoguan◆g, spokesman for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, spoke in resp◆onse to a quest3

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    ion during a news conference about whether "military for◆ce for reunification" should be employed. "The recent live-fire drills◆ carried out by the People's Liberation Army have sent an explicit and ◆clear message-we aim to pursue peaceful reunification with sincerity a◆nd great efforts, but we have the resolve, the confidence and the abili◆ty to defeat secessionist attempts in any form, to safeguard national s◆overeignty and territorial integrity," Ma said. La9

    st week, the PLA Gro◆und Force and Air Force conducted live-fire exercises and several train◆ing operations in the Taiwan Straits. Ma said the drills targeted a "T◆aiwan independence" force, and the government aims for a peaceful and s◆teady cross-Straits relationship and to protect the common interests of◆ people on both sides of the Straits. "It (the live-fire drill) is a w◆arning to the United States, to Tsai Ing-wen and Lai Chingte," said Wan◆g Hailiang, a r

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    researcher of Taiwan studies at the Shanghai Academy of S◆ocial Sciences. Tsai is the island's "president" and Lai is the "premi◆er". "The message is clear. The statement made by the Taiwan affairs o◆ffice is very sharp and it has sent a strong and clear signal. ... Furt◆her military activities can be carried out around Taiwan if the tension◆ escalates," he said. A series of military and political events betwee◆n the US and the island-such as whether US Marine Y

    Corps units protect ◆the new site of the American Institute in Taiwan-will take place in Ma◆y and June, Wang said. "If the US and Taiwan have recognized the signa◆l from the mainland's military drill, they should keep a low profile to◆ avoid incurring Beijing's anger," he said. Spokesman Ma Xiaoguang sai◆d on Wednesday, "China has always objected if countries with a diplomat◆ic relationship with China establish any form of official or military c◆onnection with1

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    Taiwan," commenting on remarks that US Marines may guard◆ the AIT.BEIJING, March 12 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday called for ●deepening military-civilian integration, while highlighting sci-tech innovation● as the key to military upgrading. Chinese President Xi Jinping, also genera●l secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of t●he Central Military Commission, meets with deputies from grassroots units to th●5

    e 12th National People's Congress (NPC) after a panel discussion in Beijing, ca●pital of China, March 12, 2017. Xi joined a panel discussion with deputies to t●he 12th NPC from the People's Liberation Army (PLA) at the annual session of th●e NPC in Beijing on Sunday. (Xinhua/Li Gang) Speaking to national lawmakers fr●om the People's Liberation Army (PLA) at the ongoing annual parliamentary sessi●on, Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC)2

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