New U.S. bill allows Taiwan's inclusion in military training programs
Taipei, Nov. 13 (CNA) The U.S. Congress recently passed a National Defense Authorization Act for 2016 that makes provision for Taiwan's inclusion in U.S.-led training programs with foreign countries, with the aim of increasing maritime security in the South China Sea, and supports bilateral military exchanges between Taiwan and the United States.
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