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Source: Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs in English

A foreign delegation led by Liu Anagn, deputy head of the Heilongjiang Police College of the MPS of the People’s Republic of China, arrived at the Far Eastern Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia within the framework of international cooperation. At the plenary session of the scientific-practical conference Chinese colleagues made presentations devoted to combating crime in the Asia-Pacific region. During the work, the participants discussed ways to counter crimes in the registration of migrants and the law enforcement practice of combating cross-border crime in the Asia-Pacific region using as the example the cooperation of Russia and China in combating cybercrime.
“Countering cross-border crime is important to maintain the sovereignty of both the countries. The development strategies of Russia and China coincide, and the areas of cooperation are constantly expanding,” said Liu Anagn.
After the plenary session, the Chief of the Far Eastern Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, Major General of Police Aleksandr Andreev and Liu Anan, signed an Action Plan for 2020 on the implementation of the Protocol on Interuniversity Interaction, which includes agreements on bilateral visits and on the training of an employee of the Heilongjiang Police College of the MPS of the People’s Republic of China at the Far Eastern Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia under the program of training highly qualified personnel in the graduate school.
“The implementation of the planned activities is a joint step to strengthen friendship and develop cooperation. For 16 years, we have been successfully sharing experience in training highly professional specialists for the police bodies of Russia and China. To keep up with the times we need further improvement, fully realizing the existing potential,” Aleksandr Andreev emphasized.
At the end of the meeting, the leaders exchanged souvenirs, the guests expressed gratitude for the warm welcome and the opportunity to get acquainted with the Far Eastern Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia and with Khabarovsk.
On Friday, October 25, the second part of the scientific and practical conference was held at the institute and its Vladivostok branch, where participants discussed issues of combating ethnic organized crime and the use of cryptocurrencies for unlawful purposes.

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