Ten senior Chinese military and armed police officers have been promoted to the rank of general, the highest rank for officers in active service in China.

A statue featuring the flag of the Chinese People's Liberation Army in Anhui Province [File photo: VCG]

A statue featuring the flag of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army in Anhui Province [File photo: VCG]

Xi Jinping, chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC), presented the officers with certificates of order signed by him at a ceremony the CMC held in Beijing on Wednesday.


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