China to boost security intelligence cooperation with Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand

2023-11-13 15:49:14Global Times Editor : Li Yan ECNS App Download

China has exchanged views and reached broad consensus with Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand in deepening security intelligence cooperation after China's Minister of State Security Chen Yixin paid a visit at the invitation of the three countries and held talks with senior officials from November 2 to Saturday.

Outside separately meeting with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet, Vietnamese President Vo Van Thuong and Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, Chen also held talks with high-level officials from Cambodia's National Information Technology Center, Vietnam's Public Security Ministry and Thailand's National Intelligence Agency, according to information released by the Ministry of State Security on Monday.

During the respective meetings in Cambodia, the two sides emphasized the need to deepen pragmatic cooperation in security intelligence to better preserve social stability in China and Cambodia, and promote public well-being.

China and Vietnam also vowed to further strengthen pragmatic security intelligence cooperation, to make a greater contribution to the two countries' national security and help upgrade and enhance the bilateral relations. Both China and the Thailand see cooperation in security intelligence as an important aspect of deepening bilateral relations, wishing to jointly ensure the safety of overseas projects, institutions, and personnel of both countries.

Chen also visited Chinese enterprises and projects under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in the three countries.

Cooperation in various aspects has been deepened among China and ASEAN members as Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Sun Weidong and Vietnamese Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the National Border Committee Nguyen Minh Vu held the meeting between heads of government-level negotiation delegation on border issues in Hanoi on Thursday.

The two sides held in-depth exchange of views on China-Vietnam relations, territorial border and maritime issues in a candid and friendly atmosphere. The two sides have ensured that the border and maritime situation remains stable and under control, speaking highly of the progress made in port gate opening and upgrading and infrastructure connectivity.

On Friday, an open dialogue aimed at boosting future cooperation under the BRI was held in the city of Kunming in Southwest China's border province Yunnan with the attendance of more than 150 officials, political party leaders and scholars from 18 countries in Southeast and South Asia, including deputy Prime Minister of Thailand Pirapan Salirathavibhaga and former Prime Minister of Nepal Madhav Kumar Nepal.

At the invitation of Vice Premier of the State Council Liu Guozhong, Malaysia's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Plantation and Commodities Fadillah Yusof will visit China from November 12 to 19.


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