China will move forward with a lifelong professional skills training system as part of its efforts to improve the competence of the nation's workforce and boost high-quality development, those at a State Council executive meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang decided on Wednesday.
"The discoveries will help us better protect the relics," said Zhang Wenrui, head of the institute. "They will also help with archaeological work in Xiongan."
According to foreign media, CH-3s and CH-4s are among the most popular combat drones on the international market and have played a big role in the fight against terrorism.
China has deployed several civilian CH-3s to prospect for mineral resources in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region and northeastern provinces. Those CH-3s, which originally were midrange reconnaissance/combat drones, are the world's first deployable mine-survey drones, according to the academy.
Shen Changyu, director of the State Intellectual Property Office, made the remarks at the sideline of the ongoing annual session of the national legislature.