Chinese state councilor urges cooperation on security issues

10:24, October 07, 2010      

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Chinese State Councilor and Public Security Minister Meng Jianzhu is urging more cooperation on security issues between China and other countries.

Meng addressed the issue Tuesday during a meeting with senior security officials attending a high-level international security conference here.

Meng and Tsagaandari Enkhtuvshin, secretary-general of Mongolia's National Security Council, agreed to continuously consolidate the friendly cooperative relations between their countries.

The officials also reached a consensus on jointly cracking down on transborder crimes, safeguarding peace and stability in border areas, and protecting the legal rights of the two peoples and investors.

Meng and Raisa Bohatyriova, secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council, stressed implementation of the key agreements reached by the two countries' leaders on enhancing bilateral ties.

They also said China and Ukraine should enrich their pragmatic cooperation by expanding their collaboration in economy, trade, science, technology and investment as well as enhancing exchanges with law enforcement agencies.

Meng, during a meeting with Artur Baghdasaryan, secretary of the Armenian National Security Council, said it was necessary for China and Armenia to deepen communications and exchanges between law enforcement agencies, closely coordinate on international affairs and advance bilateral ties in general.

Meng and James Jones, the U.S. national security advisor, shared the view that China and the United States have common interests in countering new challenges and threats.

The two countries should further enhance exchanges and cooperation between law enforcement agencies, the officials said.

At a luncheon meeting hosted by Nikolai Patrushev, the Russian Security Council secretary, Meng exchanged views with representatives from other BRIC countries on enhancing cooperation in countering new threats and challenges and promoting the sustainable development of the world economy.

Meng attended the Oct. 5-6 meeting in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi at the invitation of the Russian Security Council along with senior security officials from more than 40 countries.



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