China vows to expand Sino-Pakistani law enforcement cooperation

17:26, May 07, 2010      

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Chinese State Councilor Meng Jianzhu told Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik in Beijing Friday that China would work to improve law enforcement cooperation between the two nations.

Meng, also Minister of Public Security, said China was willing to work with Pakistan to enhance bilateral cooperation in areas such as fighting terrorism, and the security work at large events.

As the Ministry of Public Security and Pakistan's Interior Ministry had established a comprehensive, multi-level and wide-ranging relationship of cooperation, the two sides enjoyed close cooperation in counter-terrorism, drug control, personnel training and equipment, Meng said.

Hailing Pakistan's efforts in protecting the Chinese citizens and organizations in Pakistan, Meng called on Pakistan to make further steps to guarantee their safety.

Malik said Pakistan was ready to reinforce bilateral cooperation in fighting terrorism and transnational crime.

He also expressed willingness to take more measures to ensure safety of the Chinese citizens and organizations in Pakistan.

After the talks, they signed an exchange of notes, which require China's Ministry of Public Security to offer to help provide police equipment to Pakistan.

Source: Xinhua


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