The Chief of the MIA of Russia Administration for the Khabarovsk Territory, police colonel Dmitry Ilyichev, noted that the problem of crime was a serious obstacle for the socio-economic, political and cultural development of the two countries. Ensuring the rule of law and public security can be truly effective only with the coordinated actions of both the parties and with the mutual support of the measures taken.
During the working visit, the participants addressed issues on the measures taken to ensure the rule of law and public safety in the Jilin Province of the People’s Republic of China and in the Khabarovsk Territory. In order to increase the cooperation, representatives of both sides considered the exchange of information on monitoring the exit and entry of citizens of Russia and China, the investigation of crimes in the field of migration, as well as the suppression of illegal migration of citizens of the two countries.
A delegation from the MIA of Russia Administration for the Khabarovsk Territory visited the Center for Public Security Administration in Changchun City, the Jilin Police Institute, as well as the office for entry and exit abroad and the police department in Dunhua City.
As part of the cultural program, the host showed the guests local attractions, among which was the Palace of the Emperor of Manchuria.
The head of the delegation thanked the vice governor of Jilin Province and the leadership of the Ministry of Public Security of the People’s Republic of China for the invitation to visit the province and discuss cross-border crime issues. He expressed confidence for a more successful solution in the future of the tasks assigned to law enforcement agencies of the two states.
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