Xie Xiaodan Meets with Kyrgyz National Security Committee Delegation
2013-December-2 Source: english.gz.gov.cn
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Xie Xiaodan, vice major of Guangzhou and director of the city’s Public Security Bureau, met with a delegation of the National Security Committee of the Republic of Kyrgyz, which was headed by the committee chairman Tabar Ignatiev. Both parties exchanged views on ways to expand police exchange and cooperation between Guangzhou and Kyrgyz. Officials from the Ministry of Public Security and provincial and city police public security bureaus attended the meeting.

After extending a warm welcome to the visitors, Xie briefed them on Guangzhou’s socio-economic development, and made suggestions regarding the expansion of the two sides’ cooperation. He stated that Guangzhou is a supersized city and one of the first Chinese cities to open to the outside world and introduce reforms, enjoying rapid economic growth and a higher degree of openness, handling a significant amount of security management work and various social affairs, and engaged in frequent collaboration and exchanges with foreign police. He said that in the future, Guangzhou will further strengthen cooperation with police departments in foreign countries, including Kyrgyz, and proactively explore ways to increase collaboration and expand communication in intelligence gathering, crackdown on transnational crime, immigration and other areas.

(Translated by Guangzhou Association of Foreign Affairs Translators)

Editor: 张斯
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