China, Vietnam pledge closer law-enforcement cooperation

08:54, April 12, 2011      

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Chinese and Vietnamese public security officials held talks in Beijing on Monday, pledging to promote closer cooperation on law enforcement between the two countries.

"Law enforcement cooperation is an important part of China-Vietnam friendly cooperation," said China's Public Security Minister Meng Jianzhu in a meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart Le Hong Anh.

"I hope the two countries could carry out stronger cooperation on areas like preventing and fighting illegal immigration, telecommunications fraud and terrorism," said Meng, also a state councilor.

China and Vietnam have held two rounds of joint crime-fighting conference since 2008. The second joint crime-fighting conference took place in September in Beijing and produced a number of agreements on fighting crimes.

Anh said Vietnam would make joint efforts with China to consolidate their cooperation mechanism on fighting crimes and maintaining social order.

On China-Vietnam ties, Meng said China would work with Vietnam to enhance traditional cooperation and push forward comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries in a healthy and stable way.

Source: Xinhua
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