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China ready for SCO cooperation on law enforcement security

Updated: Apr 15,2015 7:23 AM     Xinhua

State Councilor Guo Shengkun (7th L) attends the 10th meeting of the SCO security council secretaries in Moscow, April 14.[Photo/Xinhua]

MOSCOW — China is willing to coordinate with all parties and strengthen the cooperation on law enforcement security under the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, visiting State Councilor Guo Shengkun said in Moscow on April 14.

Content of the cooperation on law enforcement security should be enriched in order to safeguard every SCO member’s national security, public safety and social stability, as well as the lasting peace and common prosperity in the whole Eurasian region, Guo said during the 10th meeting of the SCO security council secretaries.

As leader of the Chinese delegation, Guo said the SCO plays an important role in maintaining regional security, improving peoples’ livelihood while creating the best conditions for the economic and social development of its members.

Guo, who is also minister of public security, urged all SCO parties to continue to adhere to the “Shanghai Spirit” in the face of the complicated and profound changes in the international and regional sphere, consolidate unity and mutual trust, strengthen mutual support as well as closer coordination, in a bid to deal with all kinds of new threats and challenges.

A summary was signed after the meeting, which discussed law enforcement security cooperation and preparations for the SCO summit scheduled at the beginning of July in Russia’s Ufa city.

Before the meeting, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with heads of all the SCO member delegations.

For the first time, representatives of SCO observer states, namely Afghanistan, India, Iran, Mongolia and Pakistan, were invited and participated in the expanded meeting. The Chinese State Councilor also held talks with representatives of Afghanistan, Mongolia and Iran respectively.