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|Wednesday, October 11, 2000, updated at 18:16(GMT+8)|
China Signs Anti-Terrorist Agreement with UzbekistanChinese top prosecutor Han Zhubin Wednesday signed an anti-crime agreement with his counterpart in Uzbekistan.html target=_blank>Uzbekistan in Beijing in an effort to combat the "increasing number of international terrorist activities and cross-border crimes."
Kabirov Rashitjon, general procurator of Uzbekistan, is here to attend the 8th World Conference of the Asia Crime Prevention Foundation, which opens tomorrow. Han is procurator general of China's Supreme People's Procuratorate.
Through the agreement, both sides committed to increase and strengthen mutual cooperation in cracking down on international terrorism and cross-border crimes.
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