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China, Mongolia pledge closer law-enforcement cooperation

(Xinhua)

20:19, December 13, 2011

BEIJING, Dec. 13 (Xinhua) -- Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Meng Jianzhu held talks Tuesday with his Mongolian counterpart and pledged to enhance cooperation on law enforcement between the two countries.

"China and Mongolia are not only friendly neighbors, but also important partners," Meng said during his talks with Tsendiin Nyamdorj, Mongolia's Minister of Justice and Internal Affairs.

Cooperation on law enforcement and security constitutes an important part of the bilateral ties between the two nations, Meng said.

Over the past few years, the two countries' law-enforcement authorities have stepped up their cooperation to combat cross-border crimes, safeguarding stability and pushing ahead with the economic and social development of the border areas, Meng said.

"We hope that the two sides will further exchanges and deepen pragmatic cooperation on law enforcement in order to safeguard the security of border areas and boost the friendship between the two peoples," said the Chinese official.

Nyamdorj said the Mongolian government attaches great importance to the friendship with China and is willing to further law enforcement cooperation to make more contribution to the stability of the two nations as well as the region.

After their talks, the two ministers signed a memorandum on law enforcement.

 
 
 
 
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