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|BEIJING Authentic Greg Olsen Jersey , Oct. 18 (Xinhua) -- Xi Jinping said Wednesday the Communist Party of China (CPC) will strive to fully transform the people's armed forces into world-class military by the mid-21st century.
By the year 2020, mechanization will be basically achieved, with IT application coming a long way and strategic capabilities seeing a big improvement. The modernization of the national defense and armed forces should be basically completed by 2035, Xi said at the opening session of the 19th CPC National Congress.
The CPC will build a powerful and modernized army, navy, air force, rocket force, and strategic support force, develop strong and efficient joint operations commanding institutions for theater commands, and create a modern combat system with distinctive Chinese characteristics, he said.
"A military is built to fight," he said, stressing combat capability as the criterion to meet.
Technology is the core combat capability, he said, adding the people's military will be made more innovative.
The CPC will speed up development of intelligent military, and improve combat capabilities for joint operations based on network information system and the ability to fight under multi-dimensional conditions.
Founded in 1927, the People's Liberation Army now commands about two million service personnel. Since the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012, the CPC has put forward the goal of building a strong military that follows the Party, fights to win and forges exemplary conduct.
A new military structure has been established with the Central Military Commission exercising overall leadership, the theater commands responsible for military operations, and the services focusing on developing capabilities.
The military has carried out major missions related to the protection of maritime rights, countering terrorism, maintaining stability, disaster rescue and relief, international peacekeeping, escort services in the Gulf of Aden, and humanitarian assistance.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) -- Flamengo's former Brazil international center-back Rever could be sidelined until 2018 because of a knee injury, according to club officials.
The 32-year-old tore the medial ligament of his right knee during Flamengo's 1-0 victory over local rivals Fluminense in their Copa Sudamericana semifinal first leg on Wednesday.
The club's medical staff said he was likely to be out of action for at least six weeks.
"Rever is our captain and he's going to be greatly missed," Flamengo midfielder Everton Ribeiro told reporters on Thursday.
"I spoke with him and he's in a lot of pain. We're hoping that he can recover as quickly as possible."
It is the second time in less than a week that Flamengo have lost a key player due to a knee injury
On Monday, the club's Colombian international winger Orlando Berrio was ruled out for eight months after suffering a ruptured patellar tendon of his right knee.
Turkish armored vehicles run near the Syrian-Turkish border at Reyhanli district in Hatay, Turkey, on Jan. 21, 2018. Turkish ground troops entered Syria's Afrin Sunday on the second day of an offensive against U.S-backed Kurdish militia which should be wrapped up soon, said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. (Xinhua)
ANKARA, Jan. 25 (Xinhua) -- A phone conversation between Turkish and the U.S. presidents on Wednesday about Syria has sparked controversy as Erdogan denies Trump's remarks over Turkish incursion in Kurdish enclave Afrin of Syria.
The U.S. and Turkey have released contradicting readouts of the phone call between U.S. President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, revealing again the deepened disagreements between the two NATO allies on the issue of Syria.
Two leaders exchanged views on the "Operation Olive Branch" launched by Turkey on Jan. 20, a written statement by the Turkish presidency said.
The phone conversation focused on the importance of bilateral cooperation in fighting terrorism, the Turkey's statement said noting that Erdogan stated the goal of the military incursion was to clear Afrin off "terrorist elements" for Turkey's national security.
A White House readout about the phone conversation between two leaders came after the Turkish one.
Trump "relayed concerns that escalating violence in Afrin, Syria, risks undercutting our shared goals in Syria. He urged Turkey to deescalate, limit its military actions, and avoid civilian casualties and increase in the number of displaced persons and refugees," according to the White House press release.
Trump also "urged Turkey to exercise caution and to avoid any actions that might risk conflict between Turkish and American forces," it said in an indirect reference to Turkey's plans to extend its military operation into Manbij region in Syria where the U.S. soldiers are deployed.
He "reiterated that both nations must focus all parties on the shared goal of achieving the lasting defeat of ISIS," and "invited closer bilateral cooperation to address Turkey's legitimate security concerns," said the statement.
Trump expressed "concern about the destructive and false anti-American rhetoric emanating from Turkey, and about United States citizens and local employees detained under the prolonged State of Emergency in Turkey."
However, in midnight late Wednesday, an anonymous Turkish official refuted context of the White House readout on Turkey's media.
The Turkish official said the White House statement did not "accurately reflect the content of" the phone conversation.
"President Trump did not share any concerns about escalating violence with regard to the ongoing military operation in Afrin. The two leaders' discussion of 'Operation Olive Branch' was limited to an exchange of views," state-run Anadolu Agency. Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Cheap Jerseys China Free Shipping Cheap Mens NBA Jerseys Cheap Mens Soccer Jerseys Cheap Youth NHL Jerseys Cheap Youth Nike NFL Jerseys