PM pledges closer co-operation with Interpol, starts Japan visit

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Vietnam will enhance cooperation with Interpol in the future for crime fights and staff training, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said at a meeting with Interpol President Khoo Boon Hui Saturday.

The PM said that as an Interpol member, Vietnam will do its best to see that the 80th Interpol General Assembly being hosted in Hanoi is a success.

He said the nation will also seek to learn and raise its crime fighting capacity to maintain public security, Vietnam News Agency reported.

Dung on Sunday started an official visit to Japan as the head of a delegation of Vietnam senior officials.

During the three day visit, Vietnam and Japan will discuss cooperation in various fields including diplomacy, defense and security, ODA, tourism, labor, culture and education.

The visit is expected to conclude with specific commitments made by both sides over strategic economic cooperation projects.

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