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China says U.S. arms sale to Taiwan creates "severe obstacles" for military-to-military exchanges

China on Thursday said the latest U.S. arms sale created severe obstacles for the normal military-to-military exchanges of the two countries.

Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng made the comment after the U.S. government on Wednesday notified the Congress of its latest decision to sell 5.8-billion-U.S. dollars of arms to Taiwan, including the upgrade of Taiwan's F-16 fighter fleet.

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