Viet Nam News on November 2, 2011 released the following:
“HA NOI — Viet Nam, as a member of Interpol, would create favourable conditions for local police to work closely with Interpol to effectively fight transnational crime, said Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong yesterday.
The Party and State of Viet Nam always attached great importance to crime prevention and control, and to working with international police forces, Trong said while receiving Interpol’s permanent management board which was led by Interpol President Khoo Boon Hui.
Trong proposed Interpol to continue supporting Viet Nam in training, information and experience exchange and raising Viet Nam’s capacity to fight crimes in the new global context.
He praised Interpol’s role in fighting transnational crime and expressed his delight at the effective co-operation between Interpol and its member countries, including Viet Nam.
Interpol President Hui spoke highly of the close and effective co-operation offered by Vietnamese police in Interpol activities over the past time and wished Viet Nam would continue playing an important role in international co-operation to fight transnational crime, maintaining security and order for the international community, and contributing to ensuring regional and world security.
He briefed Trong on Interpol’s operations and its on-going 80th General Assembly in Ha Noi.
At the meeting, nearly 1,000 police officers from 142 member countries would exchange ways to prevent and fight transnational crime, particularly cybercrime and pirates, as well as discuss programmes to improve the capacity of international police forces, he said.— VNS”
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