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KUNMING, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese and Indian armies kicked off their first joint anti-terrorism military training in southwest China on Friday morning.
The two armies each dispatched about 100 ground troops for the training, code-named "Hand-in-Hand 2007", to Kunming, popularly known as the "City of Perpetual Spring".
Major General Xiong Zuoming, commander of the Chinese troops, said at the opening ceremony of the joint training, "Both China and India are resolutely opposed to terrorism and actively committed to strengthening international cooperation in fighting terrorism.