PUNE, India, Nov. 28 (ChinaMil) -- The Hand in Hand 2016 anti-terrorism joint training exercise involving Army troops of China and India was rounded off at a military training base in Pune, India, on November 25.
The ceremony marking the conclusion of the joint exercise was held following the semi-urban anti-terror joint training exercise on last Friday.
The observers and participating troops from China and India attended the ceremony. Heads of observers' delegations from both sides jointly reviewed the formations of troops participating in the joint training exercise.
Since 2007, China and India have made concerted efforts in coping with regional security threats, held joint training exercises of land forces from the two militaries and conducted anti-terrorism cooperation, effectively expanding the areas of cooperation and exchange between the two militaries.
Deputy Commander of the Tibet Military Command Major General Wang Haijiang, who is head of the Chinese observers' delegation, said that the exchange between the Chinese and Indian militaries is becoming increasingly mature, which demonstrates the firm determination of the two countries in jointly coping with terrorism and their willingness to join hands in creating a harmonious environment for development.