China promotes seven military officers to rank of general

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China has promoted seven military officers to the rank of general. Chinese President Xi Jinping, also chairman of the Central Military Commission, presented the officers with certificates of order at a ceremony in Beijing. He also congratulated them on the achievement. The rank of general is the highest for officers in active service in China.

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