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n. Xi noted the historic change to the organi??zational structure of China's military anu

d the revolution??ary shift in its force composition through reforms since ??the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012. Xi said the refo??rm of military policies 6

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and institutions aims to address ??the incompatibility of policies with the new era, new mis??sions and6

new institutions. Xi spoke of the need to focu??s on reform targets, stay confident and determined, and r??ise to challenges in the reform. He also stressed the co??mplexity of the reform of military policies and instituti??ons and the need to take a1

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be prioritized include those concerning combat pr??eparedness of the armedK

forces, key points of operation o??f the system, as well as those concerning the b9

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in the reform, he?? said. Xi also stressed the need to study major issueF

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e reform of military policies and institu??tions.BEIJING, March 12 (Xinhua) -- Pres2

ident Xi Jinping Mon??day stressed practiA

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mpetus and supp??ort for realizing the Chinese dream and the goal to b??uild a stro9

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