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Full Text: China's National Defense in 2006 2006-12-29 14:46:33

    BEIJING, Dec. 29 (Xinhua) -- The Information Office of the State Council published a white paper titled "China's National Defense in 2006" here Friday. Following is the full text:     

    China's National Defense in 2006     

    Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China     

    December 2006, Beijing     



    I. The Security Environment

    II. National Defense Policy

    III. China's Leadership and Administration System for National Defense

    IV. The People's Liberation Army

        Completing the Reduction of 200,000 Troops

        Development of the Services and Arms

        Military Training

        Political Work

        Logistical Support

        Weaponry and Equipment

        Military Legal System

        Military Institutional Education

        Management System of Military Cadres

        Supporting the Government and Loving the People

    V. People's Armed Police Force

        Structure and Organization

        Basic Tasks

        Force Building

    VI. National Defense Mobilization and Reserve Force

        Mobilization of the Armed Forces

        Mobilization of the National Economy

        Civil Air Defense

        Militia Force Building

        Reserve Force Building

    VII. Border and Coastal Defense

        Border and Coastal Defense System

        Building Border and Coastal Defense

        Ensuring the Stability of Border Areas

    VIII. Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense

    IX. Defense Expenditure

    X. International Security Cooperation

        Regional Security Cooperation

        Honoring Commitment to International Arms Control and Non-Proliferation

        Military Exchanges and Cooperation

        Participation in UN Peacekeeping Operations and International Disaster Relief Operations


    To uphold world peace, promote common development and seek cooperation and win-win is the common wish of the people around the world and an irresistible trend of our times. Committed to peace, development and cooperation, China pursues a road of peaceful development, and endeavors to build, together with other countries, a harmonious world of enduring peace and common prosperity.

    Never before has China been so closely bound up with the rest of the world as it is today. The Chinese government works to advance both the fundamental interests of the Chinese people and the common interests of the peoples of the rest of the world, and pursues a defense policy which is purely defensive in nature. China's national defense, in keeping with and contributing to the country's development and security strategies, aims at maintaining national security and unity, and ensuring the realization of the goal of building a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way. China is determined to remain a staunch force for global peace, security and stability.

    China's national defense and military modernization, conducted on the basis of steady economic development, is the requirement of keeping up with new trends in the global revolution and development in military affairs, and of maintaining China's national security and development. China will not engage in any arms race or pose a military threat to any other country. At the new stage in the new century, we will take the scientific development outlook as an important guiding principle for the building of national defense and military affairs, vigorously advance the revolution in military affairs with Chinese features, and strive to realize an all-round, coordinated and sustainable development in our country's national defense and military capabilities.

Editor: Mo Honge
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