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BEIJING, November 24 (Itar-Tass) —— China and Tajikistan will develop cooperation between their police authorities, China’s Minister of Public Security Meng Jianzhu said on Thursday.
“China’s law enforcement authorities are ready to apply active efforts to develop cooperation with the Turkmen side in protection of public order and security in order to make an new input in development of friendly relations between the two countries and in preservation of stability in the region,” he said.
The minister accompanied Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov during the visit to China’s Ministry of Public Security, which shares the building with the Ministry of State Security in Tiananmen Square.
In the ministry, Berdymukhamedov visited a command centre, which manages rapid reaction in emergencies, related to state security and public stability, as well as to major natural calamities. It also acts as the national anti-terror centre.
Turkmenistan’s president, who had viewed a presentation of Chinese police special mission units, called law enforcement authorities of the two countries “to activate cooperation in order to provide peaceful and stable conditions for joint development and wellbeing of the two countries.”