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a modern socialist China, according to the document issued by the Communist Party of Chi◆na Central Committee and the State Council. By 2020, the western regions as whole will see it◆s ecological, business, opening-up and innovation environment to be substantially improved. I◆t will basically realize socialist modernization by 2035, with its public service level, infr◆astructure connectivity and people's living standard on par with the eastern regions, the doc◆ument said. In doing so, China will strive to promote high-quality development. With winning ◆the "three tougW

p priority, the country should consistently improve innovation◆ capabilities, promote the building of a modern industrial system as well as optimize the sup◆ply and demand structure of power sources, the document said. Efforts will also be made to bo◆lster the integrated development of urban and rural areas, reinforce infrastructure building ◆as well as safeguard the national security and social stability. To further step up the openi◆ng-up in western regions, the document stressed following the guidance of jointly building th◆e Belt and Road. The country should strengthen the building of transport channels and opening◆-up platforms while developing an open economy at the high-level and expanding regional coope◆ration, the document said. In the mean time, the document underlined enhancing ecological pro◆tection and deepening reforms in key areas of the western regions. Green development should b◆e accelerated in western regions and reforms on technology system should be actively pushed f◆orward, it said. Western regions must be committed to the people-centered approach, and give ◆high priority to enhancing people's sense of fulfillment, happiness and security, the documen◆t noted. Efforts should be made to strengthen public services for employment and entrepreneur◆ship, support quality development of education and improve medical services. The social secur◆ity system, the old-age service system, public cultural and sports services as well as housin◆g conditions should also be improved, while the capability of disaster prevention and mitigat◆ion and emergency management needs to be enhanced. China will ramp up fiscal, taxation, finan◆cial, industrial as well as land policies to strengthen policy support and organizational gua◆rantees for the western development, according to the document."The British public deserve to have access to the best possible technology," s◆aid UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on U.S.-Huawei dispute, adding opponents ◆of Huawei need to suggest alternatives. In his interview with BBC Breakfast o◆n Tuesday, he stressed that "we want to put in gigabit broadband for everybod◆y. Now if people oppose one brand or another then they have to tell us what's◆ the alternative." Johnson's comments come amid a continuing delay to the ann◆ouncement about whether or not the UK will allow the Chinese company to play ◆a role in developing parts of its 5G network. On Monday, a U.S. delegation co◆mprising representatives from the National Economic Council and National Secu◆rity Agency was said to have a meeting with its UK counterparts in London, lo◆bbying against Huawei's involvement and claiming that U.S.-UK intelligence sh◆aring link would be jeopardized if the company is in. Andrew Parker, head of ◆UK's national counter-intelligence and security agency MI5, told the Financia◆l Times that he has "no reason to think" that the UK would lose out on intell◆igence relationships with the U.S. if the government decided to go ahead with◆ Huawei. "I didn't think this was a danger," he added. A Huawei spokesperson◆ made a response to Johnson's comments, saying Huawei is confident the U.K. g◆overnment will make its decision based upon evidence, as opposed to unsubstan◆tiated allegations. Meanwhile, Beijing has put pressure on Johnson's governme◆nt, urging UK to make its own choice based on its own interests. "Britain sho◆uld provide a fair, just, open and non-discriminatory business environment fo◆r Chinese enterprises," said China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuan◆g on Wednesday during a regular press briefing when asked about Huawei's issu◆e in the UK. "I think this will also help Chinese companies to maintain their◆ confidence and expectations to the UK market," he said. Last month at NATO S◆ummit, Johnson told he didn't want the UK to be hostile to foreign investment◆. But he also added that "we cannot prejudice our vital national security int◆erests, nor can we prejudice our ability to cooperate with other Five Eyes (U◆.S., New Zealand, Australia and Canada) security partners."BEIJING, May 15 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on◆ Friday urged the international community to step◆ up support for Africa's fight against the COVID-◆19 pandemic and actively participate in the initi◆ative endorsed by the Group of 20 (G20) to suspen◆d debt service payments for the world's poorest c◆ountries. Xi made the remarks in a telephone conv◆ersation with South African President Cyril Ramap◆hosa. Noting that the spread of COVID-19 is accel◆erating in Africa, Xi said that under Ramaphosa's◆ leadership, the South African government has ado◆pted a series of epidemic response measures and a◆chieved positive results. China will continue to ◆provide firm support and as much assistance as it◆s capacity allows for South Africa, and strengthe◆n bilateral medical and health cooperation, he sa◆id. China, he added, is willing to maintain regul◆ar communication with South Africa, and boost coo◆rdination on multilateral platforms such as BRICS◆, the G20 and the United Nations, so as to push f◆or greater development of the China-South Africa ◆comprehensive strategic partnership and jointly s◆afeguard the fundamental interests of the two and◆ also other developing countries. Meanwhile, Xi s◆tressed that China and Africa enjoy a profound tr◆aditional friendship and trust each other, and th◆at they are good friends, good partners and good ◆brothers. The Chinese side empathizes with the du◆al pressure faced by African countries from the e◆pidemic and the economic downturn, Xi said, addin◆g that while still facing great pressure in its o◆wn battle against the epidemic, China has provide◆d a substantial amount of anti-epidemic supplies ◆in multiple shipments for the African Union and A◆frican countries. China has also actively dispatc◆hed medical teams to African countries, held vide◆o conferences of experts with the African side, a◆nd carried out exchanges on diagnostic and therap◆eutic technologies without reservation, he said. ◆Under the current circumstances, China and Africa◆ need more than ever to stick together, combat th◆e disease in solidarity, and jointly overcome the◆ ongoing crisis, said Xi, adding that the Chinese◆ people will continue to stand firmly with their ◆brothers and sisters in Africa. Xi also suggested◆ that the two sides support the United Nations an◆d the World Health Organization (WHO) in playing ◆their active roles in coordinating global anti-ep◆idemic cooperation. China, he said, is willing to◆ join hands with the African side to build a clos◆er China-Africa community with a shared future. F◆or his part, Ramaphosa said that South Africa and◆ China share common ground on many issues and enj◆oy solid and sound relations, adding that his cou◆ntry supports China's stances on the Taiwan quest◆ion and other issues concerning China's core inte◆rests and is willing to work closely with China t◆o safeguard the two countries' common interests. ◆Ramaphosa thanked China for continuously providin◆g valuable assistance and support for African cou◆ntries, saying that China is a true friend of Sou◆th Africa and other African countries as well as ◆a partner that can be relied on when they are fac◆ed with difficulties and challenges. The African ◆Union and African countries firmly support the Un◆ited Nations and the WHO doing their work and pla◆ying an active role in international anti-epidemi◆c cooperation, he added.BEIJING, Jan. 29 -- President Xi Jinping has ordered Chinese〓 military to keep its mission firmly in mind and shoulder r〓esponsibility to make contributions to winning the battle a〓gainst the novel coronavirus epidemic. Xi, also general sec〓retary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commit〓tee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made t〓he remarks in a recent instruction to the military on the p〓revention and control of the outbreak of pneumonia caused b〓y the novel coronavirus. The military resolutely implemente〓d the decisions and arrangements of the CPC Central Committ〓ee after the novel coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan of Hubei P〓rovince, Xi said, adding that the armed forces rapidly init〓iated the joint prevention and control mechanism and sent e〓lite medical teams to combat the epidemic at the frontline.〓 Xi said the epidemic prevention and control remained grim 〓and complex and demanded the armed forces shoulder their re〓sponsibility, fight the hard battle and actively assist loc〓al authorities in fighting the epidemic. The armed forces a〓re tasked with treating patients in Huoshenshan Hospital in〓 Wuhan, which reflects the high level of trust that the Par〓ty and the people place in them, Xi said. To meet the expec〓tations and fulfill the task, the military must strengthen 〓leadership, enhance coordination with local authorities, ad〓here to scientific treatment, and pay attention to their ow〓n protection, Xi added. Huoshenshan Hospital, which is unde〓r construction, is a makeshift hospital dedicated to treati〓ng patients infected with the novel coronavirus. Xi ordered〓 military hospitals engaged in the epidemic control to trea〓t patients with all-out efforts and military research insti〓tutions to step up scientific research to contribute to win〓ning the battle against the epidemic.TRIPOLI, Jan. 5 -- An airstrike hit a military academy in the Libyan c◆apital Tripoli late on Saturday, killing 28 students and injuring 18 ◆others. Photo taken on Jan. 4, 2020 shows the military academy hit b◆y an airstrike in Tripoli, Libya. An airstrike hit a military academy◆ in the Libyan capital Tripoli late on Saturday, killing 28 students ◆and injuring 18 others. (Photo by Hamza Turkia/Xinhua) "Initial casua◆lties indicate that 28 students of the military academy were killed a◆nd 18 others were injured as a result of an airstrike by foreign air ◆force supporting the war criminal Haftar (commander of eastern-based ◆army)," the UN-backed government's forces said in a statement. The UN◆-backed government's forces posted photos on their official Facebook ◆page showing bodies and injured students, as well as ambulances rushi◆ng to the academy's headquarters in Tripoli. The eastern-based army h◆as not committed on the airstrike so far. The eastern-based army, led◆ by General Khalifa Haftar, has been leading a military campaign in a◆nd around Tripoli since early April, trying to take over the city and◆ topple the UN-backed government. Thousands have been killed and inju◆red in the fighting, and more than 120,000 people fled their homes fr◆om the violence.WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 -- The U.S. military on Monday con●firmed that a U.S. Air Force aircraft crashed in Afgh●anistan earlier in the day. David Goldfein, chief of ●staff of the U.S. Air Force, reportedly said that an ●Air Force E-11A Battlefield Airborne Communications N●ode aircraft went down in territory currently under t●he Taliban control in Afghanistan while attending an ●event hosted by the Center for a New American Securit●y, a Washington-based think tank. William Leggett, a ●spokesman for the U.S. military0

in Afghanistan, also ●confirmed the incident, saying the cause of crash is ●under investigation. "There are no indications the cr●ash wz


ity of Hubei Province and the epicenter of the novel coronavirus ou〓tbreak. Members of a military medical team pose for a photo in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Pr〓ovince, Jan, 30, 2020. (Photo by Chen Chen/Xinhua) They will follow the operation model of Huos〓henshan Hospital and be tasked with treating confirmed patients of novel coronavirus (COVID-19)〓 infection in Taikang Tongji Hospital and a branch of Hubei's Maternity and Child Health Care H〓ospital. The two hospitals, with a planned capacity of 860 and 700 beds respectively, have clin〓ical wards, as well as departments for infection control, examination, special diagnosis, radia〓tion diagnosis, medical equipment, sterile supply, information and medical engineering. The rei〓nforcement medics come from healthcare institutions affiliated with the Army, Navy, Air Force, 〓Rocket Force, Strategic Support Force and Joint Logistic Support Force, as well as the Chinese 〓People's Armed Police Force. Of them, a first group of 1,400 medical and nursing professionals 〓are set to arrive in Wuhan Thursday before starting treating patients there immediately. So far〓, the armed forces have dispatched healthcare professionals in three batches, totaling 4,000, t〓o supm

e fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.BEIJING, Dec. 26 -- A Chinese military spokesperson Thursday urged the United St〓ates not to implement the China-related negative clauses in a newly signed act.〓 Responding to a question related to the signing of the National Defense Author〓ization Act for Fiscal Year 2020, which contains negative elements regarding Ch〓ina's Taiwan, Hong Kong and Xinjiang, Wu Qian, a spokesperson for the Ministry 〓of National Defense, said the Chinese armed forces firmly oppose the move. Spea〓king at a press conference, Wu said the China-related clauses reflect a Cold Wa〓r mentality, which will also play up China-U.S. competition and sensationalize 〓the so-called "China military threat." Those negative clauses grossly interfere〓 in China's internal affairs, undermine the development of China-U.S. military 〓relations, and damage mutual trust and bilateral cooperation, according to Wu. 〓"We urge the U.S. side to abandon its Cold War mentalit5


c, stop interfering in China's internal affairs, not implement the China-relate〓d negative clauses, and take concrete actions to protect the overall bilateral 〓relations and military ties," said Wu. He also refuted the so-called "China mil〓itary threat" repeatedly hyped up by some senior U.S. military officers. "The g〓roundless accusations are criticisms of the United States itself," said Wu, add〓ing that the United States is in no position to judge other countries given its〓 increasing military spending and poor records in cyber espionage, as well as o〓ther military issues. He called on the U.S. side to adjust its view of China, s〓ecurity views and world view. "We hope the U.S. side will bear in mind the big 〓picture, correct its mistakes and work with the Chinese side toward the same go〓al to achieve non-conflict, non-confrontation, mutual respect and win-win coope〓ration," Wu stressed.The International Army Games 2018 began on Sunday with four contests in 0

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