Zhao Kezhi, Minister of public security, held talks with Burmas interior minister, Jue Rui.

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 Zhao Kezhi, Minister of public security, held talks with Burmas interior minister, Jue Rui.


Zhao Kezhi expressed that the construction of new international relations and the construction of the community of human destiny, which was proposed by President Xi Jinping, have injected new impetus into the development of Sino Burmese relations. China is willing to work with Myanmar to conscientiously implement the important consensus reached by President Xi Jinping and the leaders of Myanmar, to deepen the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between China and Myanmar and to open up a new situation of security and cooperation in law enforcement in China and Myanmar. Law enforcement authorities hope the two sides continue to strengthen high-level visits and improve the cooperation mechanism, strengthen pragmatic cooperation in the fight against drug crime, telecommunications fraud, trafficking in firearms, explosives, trafficking, kidnapping and other criminal activities, deepen the Belt and Road Initiative construction project security, the Mekong joint law enforcement and law enforcement capacity building We should work together to safeguard the security of the two countries border areas and better benefit the two peoples. McGregor Rui said that Myanmar is willing to deepen pragmatic cooperation with China in various fields of law enforcement and security, strengthen the construction of The Belt and Road security cooperation, jointly safeguard the security and stability of the two countries. After the talks, the two sides signed relevant documents such as minutes of the meeting. On the same day, Zhao Kezhi and Jue Rui also held a joint ceremony to honor the honorary medals awarded by the Burmese law enforcement officers who made outstanding contributions to the cooperation between the two countries. Li Wei, Chinas ambassador to Burma, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of public security, Deputy Minister of the interior of the Ministry of internal affairs of Burma, the standing secretary of the Ministry of internal affairs, Ding Min, and the director of the police, Aung Wen Wu, participated in the talks.