2 August 2012

Angola, China Boost Co-Operation in Fight Against Crime

Angola Home Affairs minister, Sebastião Martins, on Thursday here received in an audience the director of Criminal investigation of China, Liu Ancheng, under the reinforcement of the co-operation accord in the fight against crime, signed last April, in Beijing, Angop has learnt.

At the end of the audience, minister Sebastião Martins guaranteed the strengthening of bilateral co-operation, reminding that the message has two ways, "as it is for the Angolan that commit crimes in China".

He said that he will work hard under the guidance of the President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, so that with the Ministry of Justice and the General Attorneyship be processed the studies to the law of the two countries that the make possible the extradition of criminals.

Minister Sebastião Martins also said that it is important to transmit a clear message to the criminals that the corporations of the two countries are united in the fight against crime.

On his turn, the visiting Chinese official said that there are many Chinese citizens living in Angola for many times that profit the difference of the laws of the two countries to commit crimes.

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