Vietnam, Cambodia enhance anti-drug cooperation

A conference on cooperation in combating cross-border drug crimes was held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 22 with the participation of delegates of Border Liaison Offices of Vietnam and Cambodia.

The Vietnamese police delegation was led by Lieutenant General Dong Dai Loc, Deputy Director of the General Department of Police of the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security.

Lieutenant General Mak Chito, Deputy Director of the Cambodia National Police headed the Cambodian delegation.

Speaking at the meeting, Lieutenant General Dong Dai Loc stressed that the Government and the National Committee for AIDS, Drug and Prostitution Prevention of Vietnam defined the importance of strengthening cooperation with Cambodia in preventing and fighting crime and drug trafficking.  The enhancement of collaboration between the two sides is one of the top priorities in the policy of preventing and combating drug-related crimes in Vietnam.

Participants of the two countries shared experience in professional area and imparted solutions to control drug menace in the region.

By Thuc Han – Translated by Kim Khanh

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