Chinese Minister of Public Security in Vietnam to discuss border security, cyber and drug crime, anti-terrorism, law enforcement


Vietnam President Trần Đại Quang (R) receives Chinese Minister of Public Security Guo Shengkun

HÀ NỘI – President Trần Đại Quang welcomed Việt Nam and China’s jointly-signed agreements to collaborate in fighting crime on Saturday.

The President hosted a reception on Saturday for Chinese Minister of Public Security Guo Shengkun, who is in Việt Nam to co-chair the fifth ministerial conference on anti-crime co-operation.

President Quang said that increased bilateral collaboration through diplomacy, national defence-security and law enforcement contributes to strengthening mutual trust and development between the two nations.

He upheld that it is in the two countries’ common interests to ensure an environment of peace, stability and cooperation for national construction and development. Recently, both sides have reached a common consensus toward increasing strategic exchanges, enhancing political trust, promoting mutually-beneficial co-operation and settling outstanding differences and emerging problems with efficiency and care.

The President spoke highly of the collaboration between the two public security ministries over the past years, especially in the fight against cyber, drug, and human trafficking crimes.

Minister Guo Shengkun, in reply, highlighted how both sides of the conference discussed at length issues regarding anti-terrorism, border crime prevention, cyber security and personnel training.

According to the minister, the two ministries also plan to expand coordination toward a diverse array of fields.  — VNS

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