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Xi reshuffles military headquarters

President urges new agencies to improve PLA’s combat capability and readiness China has reshuffled its top armed forces agency, the Central Military Commission, as President Xi Jinping accelerates the massive, multilevel reform of the People’s Liberation Army. The previous four military headquarters – staff, politics, logistics and armaments – were dismantled and their functions and duties are now shared by 15 new agencies under the Central Military Commission. When meeting leaders of these new agencies on Monday morning, Xi, also chairman of the Central Military Commission, said the rearrangement of the commission itself has basically concluded, describing the move as “a breakthrough” and “a crucial step” toward a stronger military

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President urges new agencies to improve PLA’s combat capability and readiness China has reshuffled its top armed forces agency, the Central Military Commission, as President Xi Jinping accelerates the massive, multilevel reform of the People’s Liberation Army.

The previous four military headquarters – staff, politics, logistics and armaments – were dismantled and their functions and duties are now shared by 15 new agencies under the Central Military Commission. When meeting leaders of these new agencies on Monday morning, Xi, also chairman of the Central Military Commission, said the rearrangement of the commission itself has basically concluded, describing the move as “a breakthrough” and “a crucial step” toward a stronger military

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