Vietnamese, Chinese public security ministries bolster anti-crime cooperation
16:53 | 19/02/2021

VGP – The Ministries of Public Security of Viet Nam and China convened their seventh meeting on crime prevention and fight in Ha Noi on February 19.

The Ministries of Public Security of Viet Nam and China convene their seventh meeting on crime prevention and fight, Ha Noi, February 19, 2021

Prior to the meeting, the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security hosted an official welcoming ceremony for the Chinese delegation led by Minister Zhao Kezhi. 

The meeting is an important event in bilateral ties, which seeks to further promote the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries in the fields of national security, crime prevention and combat, and protection of social order and safety.

The event also offers a chance for both sides to evaluate the outcomes of the two ministries’ cooperation agreements since the previous meeting in Beijing in October 2018, and set out measures to strengthen cooperation until 2022.

Over the past two years, public security forces of Viet Nam and China have coordinated effectively in preventing and combating all types of crimes, especially drug-related, high-tech and economic crimes, and worked together in seizing wanted criminals and managing entries and exits, contributing to ensuring political security as well as social order and safety in each country, especially along their shared border.

During this meeting, the two ministers signed the minutes of the meeting, while agreeing upon measures to improve collaboration efficiency in protecting domestic security in each country and the efficiency of cooperation in crime prevention and control in the near future, with a focus on holding joint crackdowns on trans-national crimes. 

The eighth meeting will be held in China in 2022./.

By Vien Nhu

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