BEIJING — China reiterated its willingness to deepen cooperation with the international community to fight corruption on March 31 following the recently launched anti-corruption campaign “Sky Net”.
The Chinese government has reportedly given the United States and Britain a “priority” list of Chinese officials suspected of corruption and who are believed to have fled there.
“The international community has reached consensus on strengthening cooperation in chasing fugitives and illegal assets. No country is willing to become a haven for corrupt officials,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a daily news briefing.
She said China hopes to work to advance international anti-corruption cooperation.
Following last year’s “Fox Hunt 2014”, which targeted corrupt officials and suspected economic criminals who have fled the country, an upgraded campaign code-named “Sky Net” was launched last week.