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China, Malaysia pledge further cooperation in law enforcement

(Xinhua)

08:35, October 23, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- China and Malaysia pledged to further cooperation in law enforcement on Monday, with the senior officials from both countries reaching broad agreement in various issues related to fighting against transnational crimes.

Meng Jianzhu, Chinese State Councilor, who was in Malaysia to attend the first working group meeting between the law enforcement agencies, hailed the practical and highly efficient cooperation in law enforcement between the two countries in fighting against terrorism, drugs smuggling, online gambling, telephone fraud and other crimes.

Such cooperation has made significant contribution in combating cross-border crimes and maintaining the security and stability of the region, he said.

Meng, who is also holding the portfolio as minister of public security, told a joint press conference with Malaysian Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein that China was willing to jointly deepen the practical and friendly cooperation in various fields with Malaysia, take the bilateral collaboration in law enforcement to a new level and bring new contents to the strategic partnership of the two countries.


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