Iran ready to transfer its wartime experiences to China

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — In Beijing, the chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces said Tehran was willing to share its wartime experiences with the Chinese armed forces.

Indeed, yesterday, Thursday, September 12, General Baqeri said during his meeting with the rector of the National Defense University of China that the National Defense University of the RII was ready to share his experiences gained during the meeting. previous wars in the region.

“The National Defense University of the RII is ready to put its experiences at the disposal of the Chinese National Defense University to strengthen its defense relations with Beijing.”

General Bagheri added:

“In recent years, Sino-Iranian relations have evolved into strategic relationships and are improving day by day. The armed forces of both countries have good relations in various fields, particularly in the fields of education and science.”

“The world is moving towards development and at the same time faces various challenges that need to be looked into closely,” said General Baqeri to the Rector of the University of National Defense. the People’s Liberation Army.

“Good bilateral relations between Iran and China will bring about peace and stability in the region, good relations are in the interests of both countries and China seeks to develop these relations”, said the rector of the Chinese university, General Wu Jieming.

“With the development and strengthening of political relations between the two countries, the relations between the armed forces of the two countries have also developed, so that in recent years, the latter have had excellent exchanges in various countries. fields, particularly in the technical and educational fields,” he said.

He also said that in the next steps, there would be bilateral agreements that would be signed and implemented by adding:

“The National Defense University of the People’s Liberation Army, as the largest defense university in the country, wants to develop academic relations with Iran.”


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