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MPS embraces cements cooperation with Interpol

April, 14 2018
MPS - A high-ranking delegation of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) of Vietnam led by Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Thanh, Deputy Minister of Public Security on April 11 worked with the Secretariat of the Interpol in Lyon, France.

At the meeting, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh expressed his thanks to Mr. Jurgen Stock, General Secretary of the Interpol and relevant sub-divisions of the Secretariat for their supports given to the law enforcement forces of Vietnam in general and the People’s Police of Vietnam in particular in sharing information, sharing and exchange, as well as their effective coordination and cooperation in  investigation and training, and capacity improvement promotion of competence via courses, conferences, seminars and campaigns and projects of held by the Interpol.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh and Interpol’s General Secretary Jurgen Stock.

Mr. Jurgen Stock highly appreciated the contributions of the MPS of Vietnam, saying that it had actively promoted reflecting through the its cooperation with the Interpol and its representatives offices in various countries in sharing information sharing and exchanging experiences exchanges in terms of crime prevention and fighting; as well as its effective coordination in investigation of investing transnational criminal cases and pursuit of hunting international fugitives. Mr. Stock recognized acknowledged the proposals by Deputy Minister Thanh and affirmed that he would his consideration to supplement such consider adding the proposals to the priorities and strategies of the Interpol for to better enhance cooperation between the Secretariat of the Interpol and its members in general and Vietnam in particular.

On this occasion, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh and his delegation entourage also paid a courtesy meeting with call on Chairman of the Interpol Nguyen Manh Hung Vi.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh and Chairman of Interpol Manh Hung Vi.

At the meeting with Chairman Vi, Deputy Minister Thanh congratulated Vi on his achievements successes as the Chairman of the Interpol. He also urged Vi to strive to strengthen Interpol's role in coordinationg crime prevention activities and fight of among global and regional law enforcement forces in the region and world.

On the same day, Deputy Minister Thanh and the high-ranking delegation of the MPS also worked with relevant units of the Interpol’s Secretariat, including the Divisions of Training and Capacity Building; Information Technology and Criminal Pursuit Support to reassess review the results of Interpol's operations in Asia, including Vietnam, such as border management campaigns and projects, capacity building programs, transnational crime prevention and fugitives pursuit campaigns. 

Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh and his delegation also took the chance to visit and work with the Vietnam’s Embassy in France.

At the meeting, Vietnamese Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador to France Nguyen Thiep briefed the Deputy Minister and the high-ranking delegation of the MPS on several situations related to the implementation of bilateral commitments and agreements as well as promotion of the cooperation between Vietnam and France. Accordingly, the two countries boosted cooperation in various areas, including defense, security and measures to in responsed to non-traditional security threats and challenges, non-traditional security threats due toas negative impacts of the 4.0 industrial revolution and globalization. 


By Minh An