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09:33, December 20, 2010

China, Russia to expand law-enforcement cooperation, curb cross-border crimes
China and Russia vowed on Dec. 17 to step up cooperation on law enforcement to safeguard bilateral economic and personnel exchanges.

The pledge came out of the meeting between Chinese State Councilor Meng Jianzhu and Russian Minister of Internal Affairs Rashid Nurgaliyev.

Meng, who also serves as Chinese Public Security Minister, spoke highly of the collaboration between the Chinese Public Security Ministry and Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

He said an all-round, multi-level and wide-ranging cooperative pattern had basically taken shape between the law-enforcement departments of the two countries.

He hoped the two law-enforcement departments would jointly outline the cooperation strategy for the next phase, so as to better safeguard both nations' national security, social stability and life and property security.

He also called on the two ministries to enhance communication and collaboration to crack down on cross-border crimes, and take effective measures to protect the security and legal rights of each other's citizens in their own countries.

Nurgaliyev said Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs was ready to enhance law-enforcement cooperation with China, so as to create a safe and orderly environment for bilateral economic and personnel exchanges.

After the meeting, the two ministries signed Minutes of Talks as well as a cooperative agreement for 2011 to 2012.

Source: Xinhua
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